Clarion Collection Majoren
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Nice Hotel with a good buffet
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... at the next door Sanny Thai restaurant (218 SEK). Back to the room to fight with the wi-fi : on and off and its didn't seem to like Apple products! When we picked up the car this am, some idiot had hit or swiped the back left bumber of the car - there was a little paint scrapped in two places....don't know if Avis will charge for this or ...
... so I asked a guy how far it was to the next lock ?
Another 7 kilometres... He had just cycled back from the last lock and had watched Juno passing through. No time to backtrack.
The guy said however, in Swedish/English "Yar, you can yust yump on the boot when he is coming past".
He radioed Juno on UHF and told the bridge where I was, but also offered to put me in his boat and drive up alongside Juno if I didn,t make ...
Had a lovely breakfast this morning at Elens for Katarinas birthday - pancakes and carrot cake and coffee! They are both lovely Swedish girls who live in Copenhagen. Quickly packed up our stuff and grabbed a bus to the train station. After a bit of floundering around we managed to find the right platform. A train came and we werent sure if it was the one we were meant to get on, so Shane ran up to the front and jumped on to check and ask someone and I stayed on ...
... left me with good impression. She didn't speak any English but she kept hugging me.
I saw Anita and her husband, the sisters of Jonas, Erik's cousins, etc. Another round of intense family meeting. The afternoon time was more like my type because Erik's friend came. Jonathan, the American boy. Danniel and his brother, Nicklos, Patrick, Sophia...Can't count them all. It was like a ...
... in white dress. Berit's class was not big, around 30 students. The teachers handed out the final grades and papers to the students, hugged them one by one closely. Some were so emotional that they cried. If I were one of them, I would have done it too. It was hard to say goodbye.
Then came the hand-shaking part. All the teachers of the high school lined up and students came out one by one to shake hands with all the ...