Comfort Hotel Arctic
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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I'm getting drunk. Yes, no qualms about downing great big swooshes of wine today. Perhaps a bit sad and pathetic but oh well. The worst part could be that I'm not getting drunk with people, having a party, playing games or contributing to any sort of banter or hilarity. No, no, I'm in the library, on Deck 9, working my way through a classy mix of prosecco and blackberry cassis, trying to figure out where life is actually going. Oh yes, ...
... Hryvnia, 3 Danish Kroner, 22 Norwegian Kroner
# of times we did laundry: 3
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 17
# of holes in Amber┤s sneakers: 4
Next stop: the farthest North we have ever been
... a dull night into a memorable one, for making mug cakes, for making cashew chicken, for sharing stories about our manipulative siblings, for hiking up mountains, for hugging me when I am cold, for hugging me just because, for helping me pitch a tent, for introducing me to foreign drinking games and getting me drunk, for letting me wear your iconic hat, for sharing my scarf, for having a fascination with the word "eventually", for enjoying ...
... and cycling, not for exercise, but because they want to and enjoy it. Again, I understand that there are a lot of people in the United States who have this same mentality, but I'm speaking on a generalized spectrum. Nature and the wilderness are so closely linked with everyone's daily lifestyle.
5) Fresh Food
Let's be honest here. The United States like to take shortcuts. I could go on a rant about corn syrup, but I think I've done that enough over the ...
... of shopping with some very special people of mine. I like to call these boys the Princesses, as they decided to adopt the iconic role of Princess Victoria (who we saw arrive to Luleň a week ago via viking ship). Of course, a princess must be pretty, right? That's why we made a stop to H&M (another Swedish icon!) to find some lovely dresses for the boys. They proudly paraded through the dressing rooms in tight aqua dresses amidst all the confused shoppers and after a bit ...