Elite Plaza Hotel Goteborg
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Hey honey :) Today was our first real day in Gothenburg. Started this morning with a training at the stadium. Had an hour the try out the floor and boards etc. it was all pretty similar to eerickella. Was good to have a good run around after two days off. Following this,we spent our afternoon preparing for our first game. It's starting to feel very real now. In preparation I found out that I wasn't start. This was a pretty big blow to me to be honest because it was one of my goals ...
... and Dutchman so can't just sing the praises of the Swedish. We were quite jealous of friends heading from Renesse back to their homes and normality so it's lucky that we've hit such motorhome friendly, and friendly in general, countries which have helped us get back into the swing of travelling again. Phoebe is growing up by the day - she's getting funnier and cheekier and a bit more rough and tumble. The big tantrums have largely gone being replaced, generally, ...
... on the floor (which also explained why it was an open-topped tour);and Gothenburg was established in 1621. On the way to fikka Baz mangaged to climb into a shop window with a bunch of stuffed toys, and he then picked up a moose-mate who agreed to come home with us to Oz. (Hannah....Baz wants you to think of a name for his moose friend). Off to fikka and then a picnic/BBQ in the park with a ...
... Liseberg is a hosting Europe's biggest WOODEN rollercoaster. Or wait, wait it Sweden's biggest wooden thing? Or Gothenburg's one? Oh, I got it. Liseberg has the biggest wooden rollercoaster of Liseberg! Hilarious.
We tries all the best things Liseberg had to offer - all the rollercoasters, all the wet ones and even the Ghost Castle.In this castle you go in lines from one freaky room to the other followed by ghosts, zombies and other creatures well played by students ...
... to not use our currency converter. And now we're heading to a new country with a new currency. Go figure! We do not, however, have the language figured out. We were looking for a bottle opener from a 7-Eleven last night and had a hard time. I had no idea what he was saying. He had no idea what I was saying. It was like we were playing charades. I've learned that almost everyone speaks English as long as they are under the age of 40-something. ...