- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Depart – 6:00pm
Sun, 08/31/14 Oslo, Norway 10:00am – 7:00pm
Mon, 09/01/14 Gothenburg, Sweden 7:00am – 2:00pm
Tue, 09/02/14 Berlin (Warnemunde) Germany 7:00am – 9:00pm
Wed, 09/03/14 At Sea
Thu, 09/04/14 Tallinn, Estonia 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fri, 09/05/14 St.Petersburg, ( to ...
... past the church, down the road, across the Great Zebra Crossing of Anarchy and enter Christiania through a corner entrance where they may or may not refuse politely to give their cash to beggars. They continue to Pusher Street where they make their purchases and celebrate their succesful journey with a joint or other means of THC intake. The rituals of celebration are many, but that's ...
... another Irish Coffee. Kaliah tried to teach them how to speak better English without such strong constants. It was a silly conversation. I ended up using her United States map made out of ripped napkin to explain various accents and their regions The coffee obviously woke me up and I was able to start having conversations again. Hanna and Lauren were tired so they ventured home. However, we stayed for a bit longer and talked with our new friends. I learned quite ...
... it: a lightly fluffed bun with one end closed and the other open to fit the dog. There was the usual ketchup, but then there was what I call the "Magic Sauce" (nothing related to Flame Broiler). It looked like a fluffy whipped mustard that was a little tangy. But enough about 7-11's fantastic hotdog. So to this we headed to Malmo, Sweden to our hotel to meet up with a man they call Tony. And thus concludes our first day. It's going to be one wild ...
... Margot I'm also thinking of you) are the ones who we rely upon.
Impressions of Sweden so far stretch to: cold, grey, friendly, beautiful and polite. OH ye and oh so clean !!! A change from the dog poo splattered streets of Grenoble.
Yesterday I met up with friends from my course, and had my first Swedish "fika", (word for having coffee with friends). Hard to be lonely during such an eye opening experience.