Grand Hotel Jonkoping
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... got to see this all. I tried taking some pictures of it as well, but I'm not sure you can see it very well as the lighting wasn't being that helpful.
The match itself was pretty amazing to see, quite brutal at times though. My seat was right in front of the ice, so each time they slammed into the sides or the puck got slammed against it I had a really good view of it. During the match there were three breaks and during the breaks they set up these smaller 'fields' and ...
I do think that Dutch people have a better starting point in learning Swedish, and those studying English have an even better one. Swedish as a language is quite young compared to other languages. Basically the foundation is a combination of German and Dutch, French, English and Latin. As we all have some knowledge of German and French, and I do consider myself fluent in Dutch and English, it makes it easier to ...
... the other understands Dutch just fine. Meaning that we start in English and then remember we both speak Dutch. Quite a diverse bunch so to speak, especially if you take into account there are more from other countries that I haven't met in person yet.
Oh, I'm almost forgetting the girl from Belgium. The only one I know that is from Education as well. If I remember correctly she was from Antwerpen, though her accent ...
... you have a break from work or class you can also go and have a fika. Which is why the university has an assortment of food and drinks to choose from as well.
The next part I learned, from one of the professors, he teaches intercultural communication. He gave a lecture on "surviving outside your comfort zone"
"Swedes (generally speaking) don't invite people to their homes, and they will politely decline if you invite them. If ...
... but we were pretty hungry and desperate by then.
After settling in, going to McDonald's for dinner and sleeping in very comfy beds we found out that if we had taken a turn like 10 meters further down the road we would have gotten the right entrance spot.
day 2 was a lot less exciting, most of it was spend in supermarkets, the Ikea and A6 centre shopping for stuff I still needed as a necessity or to make the apartment cozier. We decorated ...
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- Room service
- Pets allowed