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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... European hotels tend to have small rooms and no tea or coffee facilities, which we miss because we like our cuppa or mug of soup. As always, the building is very warm and we sweat at night. From our research, we knew there were several good galleries, so of course Peter headed straight out to get one under his belt later that afternoon. The National Gallery is only 400m from here, so that was an easy outing while I put ...
... had turned up. We watched the jumping, it was great to see it live and because the place was nearly empty we watched it from over here, over there and down there, but obviously there was no atmosphere. I made that whoop whoop whoop noise a couple of times that I used to hear on Ski Sunday and Amanda went Weeeeeeeeeeee! every time someone jumped, but apart from that there wasn't much going down. Saturday March 14th We waved goodbye to Oslo and set off back to Sweden, we were heading ...
... with plastic blocks. After farewelling Bente & Gyuszi, our great hosts, we caught the train to Stockholm on Friday. We had a good trip with wifi on the train so I was computered out by the time we got there (4.5 hours). In Stockholm we tried our first airbnb with a lovely lady called Astrid. It is supposed to be just accommodation (I think) but she had a meal of salmon, potatoes and salad ready for us when we arrived. . The days were even longer there. It was ...
... collection. 30 minutes later we found the Starbucks in the main train station.
For dinner tonight we ate at Candles, Wind Surf’s outdoor dining venue located around the pool on the aft deck. It had to be one of the most spectacular dining experiences we have had on the Wind Surf since we were cruising out of the fjord as we left Oslo. The temperature was in the 70s and David & Dawn from South Africa joined us.
... in the last room on the main floor, with various things like testing your flexibility, how high you can jump and your hight and weight (I think I've lost 3 kilos since I left Melbourne). Once I was done with the normal exhibition, I went upstairs to the video games area. The first floor is fan art, drawings, sculptures, cosplay costumes and so on inspired by video game characters, and then the second floor is actual games which you can play. There were far ...