Elite Plaza Hotel Goteborg
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- Continental Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Elite Plaza Hotel Goteborg Gothenburg
Travel Blogs from Gothenburg
... was built by the Swedish king (Jan, Swen, or something like...) with the assistance of the Dutch, and as such it has a very Amsterdam-like feeling to it. Our favorite part of the tour was passing beneath the lowest bridge, which was the final gateway before entering the harbor. It necessitated that everyone, literally, get out of their seats, onto the their knees, and lower their head as we only had a few inches of clearance. I'll attach the video ...
... population of more than a million, the airport is tiny. We walked straight up to the SAS counter, and were the only customers for probably a dozen available counters. We passed through the single security checkpoint for domestic flights with its friendly but thorough officials. The waiting area featured low-hanging chandeliers made of reindeer antlers.
The short flight to Stockholm was uneventful, and we got to our hotel within about 45 minutes.
... It was my last day in Sweden so we tried to get the ferry to the nearby islands. However, at the ferry port we realised it'd be a half hour wait and I was slightly apprehensive about my impending flight so we headed back into the centre on the tram and went for Sushi which amazingly is very bizarrely cheap! We strolled around until it was time for me to go and collect my bags. Getting to the bus I'd booked was a very close shave and I only just made it! Farewell Sweden! Tack ...
So you ask, why didn't she go to Stockholm...
Well I should ask, shouldn't people come to Melbourne not Sydney - be quiet my Sydney friends!
Yes Goteborg (spelled this way here and when referred to outside of Scandinavia - which is made up of Norway, Sweden and Denmark, Finland is a Nordic country; it is spelled Gothenburg) is the 2nd major city in Sweden.
Second reason, my friend Judy and I hope to go to the Ice Hotel up north via Stockholm in January.
... small amount of Swedish Kroner (money) we had left on the slot machines. Then we went to the piano bar. We just got back from a music contest that the piano bar was hosting. We thought we were totally going to win, but some Irish ladies took the first prize. The next set starts soon so we'll be heading back up. Although the boat is super big, it still sways a lot and everyone walks like they're drunk. I wonder if we get drunk that maybe we'll start ...