Clarion Collection Hotel Wellington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... some notices of properties that were being offered. Lars had special interest in new construction but in Sweden when a project is introduced it often sells out 3 years before occupancy. And while we´re optimistic, healthy old folks...3 years is a long time at our age!
One of the offerings we noted was available in Kungsholmen (our old neighborhood) very near the water. A new ...
... on and there wasn't a place to scan your card. I was like, oh yay, a free ride! But then the conductor was standing RIGHT THERE with his money belt. I heard you get fined hundreds of dollars if you get caught freeloading, so I stood up a bit straighter and asked the conductor where I can scan my card. This guy looked like a little blonde hobbit with a pot belly and long hair. His mannerism was also way too jolly and cheery. He told me he will come around and scan ...
11:30 - Sitting at Oslo Airport waiting for our flight to Tromso which doesn't leave until 14:00. Light rain has been falling since we arrived though it is still very mild, 20C+ I think. Had early morning call and were on the "Arlanda Express" heading for the airport by 05:15. It certainly didn't waste anytime travelling a fair bit of the journey between 200 & 205 km/hr. Amazing how smooth the ride is. We have been amazed at the number of places that no longer ...
... rock and left in a very natural state) and a bus to the port. The subway was fine, but the bus was very, very crowded. Cathy managed to find a seat and took the backpack with her. I was left to struggle with the two suitcases and the other passengers. We did eventually make it to the port and after a long walk (our ship was moored at the furthest end of the pier) arrived at the ship.
We settled in to our cabin right ...
... Some people say my pictures are sad, some think they're funny. Funny and sad, aren't they really the same thing? They add up to normality." He also said: "you don't have to fight your camera, or even reason with it. You just get behind it, point it... and always remember to use a long lens at sunset!" His work certainly represented that advice and I loved it.
Jill Greenberg's work was quite different. ...