Dundret Gallivare AB

Address: PO Box 82, Gallivare, Norrbotten, Lapland, SE-982 21, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Gallivare

Swedish gymnasiet (high school)!!!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 12, 2014

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... even when she was trying to convey regular information. After that was another big downtime before psychology class. They had a 15 question multiple choice test about perception and memory. Then we watched three TED talks about Internet and privacy. In between the videos were discussions and activities. To show how tailored Internet searches are, the teacher had students pair up and google "Egypt" and see how they get different results depending on their interests. Victoria ...

Stockholm Film Festival Part 2

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 12, 2014

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... The cast list was stacked, and I thought the cinematography was very well done. Many of the characters were very interesting, though none too deeply developed. It was just really, really violent. The gang fight scenes were so bloody and gory, ugh!! But other than that, I thought it had a lot of comic relief moments as well as very touching scenes. I'd recommend it! Better than twisted movies like Old Boy, in my opinion. Thank you hostel for allowing us to check out the festival for ...

Dinner at a Swedish home!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 12, 2014

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... to a podcast and chatted on my phone (free wifi albeit a ******, unreliable one). It said the commuter train to Bålsta was leaving on platform 15/16, so I sat on a bench facing platform 15. Then I saw that it was time for the train to be here, but it wasn't. Then I turn around to see the train leave from the platform behind me! T.T since this train leaves every 30 minutes (instead of 15 minutes like every other line), I had to wait another 30 minutes. Thankfully I was ...

Stockholm Day1

A travel blog entry by lizraeh on Sep 05, 2014

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... with their different coloured walls, the cobble stone footpaths... We wandered around the old town with Elisabeth sharing with us some of the history of Stockholm. The evening sun gave the buildings a beautiful warm glow. Where's Beryl did I hear you ask? Unfortunately she had a bad hair day and was too embarrassed to come out for photos. She should be right for tomorrow ...

A full day planned in Berlin

A travel blog entry by judencharlie on May 30, 2014

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... pipes that have been painted bright colours. Mostly pink but there are also blue. Seems rather strange and we ask ourselves if this is a permanent feature. Surely not! We do discover however, that Berlin stands on a swamp. To build in it, you first need to suck the water out from under the ground level. It is then pumped across the city and put into a special canal, while the buildings stand there, with their basements surrounded by water after ...