First Hotel Linne
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... much of a scenery to be enjoyed out the window. There were just a lot of fields and small residential areas. When scuba diving, I see the most colorful marine creatures near the surface of the water, where sunlight is abundant. The deeper you go, the darker and less colorful the creatures get, both because they are less colorful to begin with and also because there is less sunlight to highlight the little colors they do have. I feel like Stockholm in the fall ...
... to the limits of their elasticity. Let's just say we learned to do a lot of cooking and baking this year.
In short, we lived in Vienna; we SURVIVED in Sweden.
All that isn't to say we won't miss it. Uppsala is a beautiful little town, and having Stockholm a short train ride away has been amazing (it really is one of the most visually distinct capitals in Europe). And as in Vienna, we made plenty of friends here that we'd ...
... t to say that the smell was remotely tolerable—it was a lot like being stuck inside a septic tank. It did not, however, initiate immediate dry-heaving. I suppose that's a small blessing, though.
Once the can was open, we all cautiously peered into it, as though looking into the Ark of the Covenant and expecting our faces to melt away. Our initial impressions were not optimistic. Leaving the surströmming out for so many months had reduced ...
Well we have been with the kids now in Uppsala now for nearly a week. The weather is wonderful with temperatures round the 20 to 26c mark each day. It's a far cry for the minus 20's we had last time in February. Everything is green, the lake isn't frozen and we are surrounded by natural forests and the wildlife they contain. Sunrise is just after 4am and sunset is normally about 10pm at night. This will get later as they approach June and July. The nearly 18 hours of ...
... a shower, and wonder sleepily if there was anything else I needed to pack last second. My luggage was packed up in the car, and then given up at the airport. By then in was only around 4am and my mom and I were told that security wasn't going to be open until 4:30.
Once security was open it took a bit to stop crying enough to be ok to go on through. The first flight to Seattle only took 45 minutes, which I spent listening to 'Learn Swedish'. Landed in Seattle and had to ...