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TravelPod Member ReviewsGoteborgs Vandrarhem Gothenburg
It was clean and convenient to the convention center. It is close to some restaurants and the tram stop.
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We got up early and walked to the show. ScanPack was several blocks away!! We saw a large dinosaur (not a real one!) and we had to have a group photo with it. Since the hostel didn't provide breakfast, we were forced to use a McDonalds that was part of the convention center!!! Two days in a row for McDonalds!! Now I am really ashamed!!!!
We were to meet at the Central Station to store our bags for the day. Tonight, we are moving to Goteborg, Sweden and cannot easily store them at the hotels/hostels. Everyone made it on time. We took a little time to get breakfast. I usually avoid American chain restaurants, but today I had little time, so I got breakfast at McDonalds. I am ashamed …
... so sometimes I don't even bother.
Once back on the bus, we travelled a short distance to the Gardens. I don't know what I expected, but it wasn't all that special. There were a few places that were very colorful with lots of pretty flowers, but overall--not that impressive. It was also quite rainy and we had to walk up a fairly steep hill, so not one of my favorite tours.
Back on the ship just in time for ...
... 8211; I was piloting and should have been aware but I wasn’t so there it is.
We arrived in the harbour without further incident . What- you want more??
That afternoon, we explored the pretty little village and surrounding area, all limping and moaning a little but still we had a nice day, followed by an evening spent on board after a nice barbecue and with no thought of what the future was to bring, as all seemed well with the boat, having checked the bilge ...
... I intend to bus myself to Bangkok, from which I will embark on an overlanding tour lasting nearly six weeks, including visits to Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.
According to Intrepid Travel, I can expect to bargain like a local in Bangkok's markets, see the temples of Angkor rise out of the jungle, delve into Khmer history in Phnom Penh, experience rural village life at a Cambodian homestay, ...