Comfort Hotel City Center
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- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but is now used for private functions.
This impressive and well-preserved fort on an island in the sea at the mouth of the Göta River was built to protect mediaeval Sweden's only point of access to the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean. The 'new' fortress is what can be seen today. It was built near the ruins of an older fort in the ...
... at mastering. We also went to the biggest 'cauldron' in Europe, an 8m diameter rock basin caused by swirling water. It was a little disappointing to be honest and actually looks better in the photo than it did in real life (so not worth the effort of coming out here just to see it if you were planning to). However, a very nice morning with the rain just about holding off. A bit of admin in the afternoon and we'll be heading off north and to the coast again ...
... music. After I realized he didn't mean he was playing more ABBA music I thought it was a good time to resume my nap, and let Donna handle the singing. As soon as we boarded, and got to our cabin it started to rain again. Big surprise, but we got the day in this time. After lunch, and sailaway it was nap time. Finally got to see a beautiful sunset tonight. Just passed under a very large bridge on our way to Germany. Time for bed early day ...
... Mate as a welcome from Rickard. Yes, the head cook had made Jansson's Temptation for me, two lots. But I wasn't greedy and left the other for the staff. They had apparently tasted it and approved it's forwarding to me.
I was also convinced to have a late lunch of Fish & Chips - which was quite good! Stayed and chatted to Maggie (staff member) for a bit, and Karin and Rickard. Then waddled home.
Well, finally tasted one of my childhood favourites - Jansson's ...
Our saviour, in the form of Richard (see photo), appeared on the dot of 08:30 and by 10:00, we had a fully functioning fridge again, much to our delight. He reckoned that an olive joint hadn't been tightened properly when we had the fridge installed in Holland 3 years ago and it had been slowly leaking gas since then. His bill was 1000SEK (£100) and we were very pleased indeed.
Once he’d gone and we’d had coffee, we set off for our first destination, the harbour ...