Furunaeset Hotell & Konferens
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... use of though it looked like a nice setting. Instead we drank our way through the bottles that were taking up space in the car and watched some cheesy old 80s movies. There was an old bull dog here who was obsessed with trying to hump my leg as well. Just wouldn't leave me alone until I escaped ...
... Oh my goodness. How small is this world? Then I remembered that she sat next to me, and while we were both too tired to speak to each other at the time, I remembered her because she had a difficult time putting her carry on bag in the overhead compartment. I then learned that she was from South Carolina and was on a mission trip with her church. Now, I'm not much of a church-goer but I'll gladly sign up for any mission trip that takes me to Sweden. I was shocked that we had ...
... students that is located in the student center. I know, how good can a club be if it's in the student center? Let me assure you, this place is crazy. I know the University of Iowa just got voted the top party school in the United States... but it has nothing on what I experienced last night.
The club itself is huge. There are a couple bars scattered throughout the club, a giant dance floor, some sitting areas, and two outdoor areas. I arrived with Bill and ...
... someone with a kiss on each cheek and he had stopped himself from doing just that. The language barriers stem mainly from the foreign students. English is my first language, but for everyone else, it is their second language and some middle ground needs to be met for effective communication. Though, I am thoroughly impressed with everyone's ability to switch back and forth between two languages.
The majority of the foreign students that I have met so far are ...
... br> Note here on expanding luggage. We traveled from Norway to Sweden with 2 midsize suitcases (and of course each person had their personal back-pack). One of the suitcases was mainly filled with gifts to be left in Lulea, so I figured I we would be traveling light on the way home: WRONG. We had to borrow 2 big duffel bags (now 4 pieces of checked luggage) and one of the suitcases was 10kg over-weight. Conclusion: TO MUCH ...