Connect Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Slept at 10:30am to watch drama. super heavy snow ytd, amazing view outside my window. Cook lunch and dinner at 5am, went school straight after that for 8am lesson. Need to be in school till 5pm today. Hope I'll still be alive by the end of today ...
... busy though, so we will see. Afterwards, I came back to the hostel to work yet another overnight shift. It's really quiet tonight. There was a Korean American guy named Henry who was jetlegged, coming from California. We had a good conversation about quality of life and such. I'm thinking I probably will go back to medical school come next August. I feel resistant to the idea from my guts, but it just seems the most logical. Sigh. We will ...
... and balloons. Everything was sooo unnecessarily expensive, like dollar store items would be $10....! Typical Sweden. Afterwards I did the meatball experience... That was fun and yummy as usual. Then I walked around in the city with Christoffer, and we went to McDonalds so I could get my McFlurry fix. We got these really comfy looking seats by the window. There was an empty bag there, so we just put it aside. Then this old man who was dressed like a regular ...
... we hold every Wednesday. We get an appetizer, Swedish beer and liquor, meatballs and mashed potatoes, herring in some sauce, and even dessert! It was super fun! There were like 7 guys and 3 girls. I was happy to see guys wanting to learn how to cook! We first sang some weird Swedish drinking/eating song and took sips of shots because apparently that's what Swedes do (well, mostly for holiday and otherwise special dinners). We butchered the ...
... torrential rain, with strikes of forked lightning every few minutes. The road flash flooded, and I had to be careful not to ride in the indentations left by the tires of thousands of cars or the displaced water would spray up and saturate my boots. In about fifteen minutes, I popped out the other side of the storm, the cloud cover evaporated and the road became completely dry. I pulled up at the hostel with wet legs and a dripping jacket. I found ...