Scandic Europa Gothenburg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... us not fall when we weren't suppose to slide.
A quick break down how to curl....
There are two "hacks" in the ice that look like foot pedals where your right foot goes on the left hack. Then you take of your rubber sole on the left foot and this will help to slide. Then you have the rock, which looks like a glorified pot of coffee. This is extremely heavy and never leaves the ice. The rocks are what you "curl" down the lane. Finally in your left hand ...
... were original European rough cobble stone and to contrast this the freeways criss crossing everywhere.
We had the Gota alv river one side of us and the park the other side. It was nice and peaceful, quiet pretty. Then we came across the old part of town with all the old buildings. We enjoyed our walk through the town. Again there were several fountains and statues; some even had clothes on them.
Our drive back to the ...
... the remains of snow piled in heaps dotted around the city, we attempted to go to the big Christmas markets however we didn't have enough krona on us (their currency). After a good look around, i had taken lots of photos and was very cold so decided to go McDonalds for some WiFi and a bite to eat. A lovely ...
Our last morning in Stockholm was as lovely as the rest of the visit. We started with breakfast at the hostel, packed our things and stored them in the luggage room and went to check out the architecture museum. The museum was not at all what we expected it to be. The primary exhibit of the moment was really amazing, but had little or nothing to do with architecture! It was an incredible exhibit by and about the fashion designer ...
... park the car...we parked at a cruise line terminal...120 SEK for two days. We then walked around the Haga district, had a beer then had dinner at Smaka....excellent dinner (414 SEK with tip). I had a chicken breast on a salade and Mich had swedish meatballs...both were excellent. Back to the hostel for sleep. Wi-fi : one at a ...