First Hotel Grand Alingsas
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... to the city, and cycled a very hilly route in the extreme humidity and arrived sweating profusely at the Reception counter, to enquire if I could use their laundry. They happily obliged and I got our washing done for $10. I cycled back to the city on the designated "flat" cycling route, narrowly missing getting completely drenched by the afternoon thunderstorms.
One more rest day today before we head onwards and upwards the west coast of Sweden.
... s a bit of a busy week, with a lengthy essay that needs to be finished and some other assignments and some work from back home. So do forgive me if I end up updating next weekend.
To make it up to you in advance; I mentioned I hurt my foot in my last up-date. I'll tell you real quick how my foot is and what happened.
Somewhere (in part2) you'll read that I was walking on the sidewalk where there was a lot of snow. Basically there was a lot of snow ...
... water system, in that the pressure relief valve on the hot water cylinder seems to be faulty or weak, it allows water out of it into the bilge. This I can deal with or to be more accurate, have it dealt with over the winter, I've had enough of fiddling about with boat bits for now!
We saw Rosemary on her way at 5 and headed back to the boat, in worsening weather (wind and clouds) and feeling a bit ...
... we had packed a change of clothes in our carry-on bags. As I mentioned earlier, this was definitely the worst flight over I've experienced (as far as ability to sleep). On arrival in Stockholm we had to go through paperwork for our delayed luggage, but our driver from Volvo was there to greet us and whisk us away to our hotel. Our room was ready when we arrived (nice!) and we hit the streets to do the walk of the living dead and have some ...
... Um, yeah, salami!” Language barrier broken. He made our pizza with “salami” and a few cheeses, and it was actually delicious. We got to watch The Simpsons subtitled in Swedish while we ate on the mini-tv in the restaurant, which was funny. I had read before we left that many Europeans, especially those in Scandinavia, watch American television subtitled in their language as an exercise in learning English, so it was cool to see it in practice.