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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was comfortable and light hearted. Max was joining in the banter and his comedic moments have been aplenty. This was a memory making moment for sure. I must say we are getting better at the packup and getting down the stairs with our baggage. Even at the train stations. We are all more comfortable with our roles and expectations. This is a big trip and I honestly think we are doing very ...
Our trip to the Vasa museum brought some perspective. This huge ship was built in the 1600's and sunk on its maiden voyage in the Stockholm harbour. Over 300 years later in the early 1900's it was salvaged. It was a remarkable story and the sheer size and detail of the ship gave me admiration for the men who built it and then those who did the painstaking and frightening job ...
... We also met Lars...probably not the name his mother christened him with but the one the boys have given him,,, he is our tram conductor and is quite the find. He told us to sit down and he will return to check our tickets. Of course we obeyed. He is quite the personality and has a cute little top knot of blonde hair. Little did we know we would meet the humming Lars later in our stay..he clearly loves his job and takes it very seriously. He is also full of information...loving ...
... shower and unpack. All right!! Now I'm ready to eat!! Just a couple of blocks away is henköp, bought some milk and cereal to survive the first day. At night, we'll not that night but it was already dark since 4.30 pm; I go out to take a look of the area where I'll be living for the next months. It's been a couple a days and now that Omar has arrived we must do our super. So we take the bus and our backpacks to the grocery store and after 3 ...
"Resfeber". I had to google that one, and the result is "jitters before a journey".
The other day was the first time I felt a sting of it. In only a few days I'm on my away to Mexico. I haven't considered what and how to pack yet, but I guess it will be the usual. I will try to keep it down to one big bag plus a backpack, and keep the uniform in a third bag. Since I'll leave the uniform in Mexico when resigning, I can throw away that bag, which is a bit ...