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... and Atlantic Ocean. The 'new' fortress is what can be seen today. It was built near the ruins of an older fort in the 17th Century.
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... further down the lane. There job is to sweep the ice in front of the sliding rock to make the rock slide farther. And finally the "house" or goal at the end of the alley. It looks like a bulls eye and basically you want your rock to be closer to the middle than the other teams. And thats how ya curl!
Later we went walking around, saw a museum, and ate lunch but nothing noteworthy enough to make this blog any longer. I'm exhausted from writing..bye!
Today we took a shuttle into the little Swedish town of Gothenburg. From there, after we got our bearings, we began to walk to the rose gardens. I imagine these can bloom wildly if it gets warm enough, though we saw plenty of flowers and fat bumblebees while we were there. We stopped to take some pictures before heading on.
From there, we headed to ...
... in our trip, as it was a special city. It was a final stop for Erik, but not the last to go for me. Therefore we might see and estimate Gothenburg, all the things happening and all the people met quite differently. So here come my flashbacks.
I want to reveal Gothenburg for you in 3 main dimensions - food: everything that can be referred to eating; magic: all the curious events that made me feel home and happy; people: the most important one, about all the people ...
... va on the nearby island of Hönö, a mere 8 miles away. Again it was sunny and again the wind was unkind so we used the engine. Hönö is attached to its neighbouring island of Fotö by a bridge, visible from miles away and it was this that we originally headed for. However, when I checked the charts I realised that it didn’t have sufficient height to enable us to pass under so we turned south to go around the bottom of Fotö and it was here that our day suddenly became a whole ...