Clarion Collection Hotel Odin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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This is one of the prominent Botanical gardens of Europe. It was inaugurated in 1923 when Gothenburg celebrated its three hundredth anniversary. It covers an area of 175 hectares and is mostly made up of a nature reserve and includes an ...
... the community and learn from their mistakes.
Friday- We woke up bright eyed and bushy tailed to drive 4 hours to Gothenburg, Sweden which is the second largest city in Sweden. This was one of those days where we were constantly hoping on and off the bus, making the bus seem like our mobile home. Our visits today included listening to more lectures of various groups, however they saved the best for last! Our last academic visit was to list to a member ...
... south. By 10am the sun was out in full force and we were able to see this second largest city of Sweden on foot. Although we docked in a commercial area we had to take a shuttle bus (at 9am) into the city, which took about ...
... I love. He is perfect at making "Russian face". Hard to explain, but impossible to forget :D And he is also secretly winking at me to cheer me up, which is so cool.
In the luxury bus from Oslo to GBG Erik told me one interesting thing about Stefan. He told me in exact words: I think my friends will like you, but not Stefan, He hates Russians. Of course it made me buzzle from the inside, but I remained "calm". Then ...
... after a bit of sucking on taps, it started working so I was quite relaxed. Just before Jeremy arrived, the water pump failed again and this time, I lifted the floorboards to investigate and to my absolute horror, I saw that we must have compromised the hull after all, as water was now half way up the batteries in the bilge – we had a serious problem.
Jeremy arrived but I decided that we might as well have the damage surveyed even though I knew that ...