Hotel Molndals Bro
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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We started the week in Denmark with a fabulous walk out on the white chalk cliffs of Mons Klint, on the east coast overlooking the Baltic Sea. Some of the cliffs are 160m above sea level, and the only way up and down is to climb several hundred steps, great cardio!
We spent our last day in Denmark walking between and visiting (1) SMK - the National Gallery of Denmark, which had recently been ...
... up on how her year abroad was going so far. Bizarrely here, pubs open till 3am but off-licences close for the weekend on Saturday afternoon. Later we headed back to Pru's student accommodation - very impressive, it's essentially a rather luxurious apartment. The next day Pru had a uni presentation to prepare for so I joined her for an hour in her student cafe. It's quite difficult to get over the increase in price here, a can of Coke is about £2 just from a shop! Worse ...
... we don't eat it in Aus! I told them that's a load of **** and it's available in Woolies!
I also went to the UK stand, where they were selling "china" cups and CHEDDAR CHEESE! Hallelujah! Do you know how hard it is to find cheddar cheese in Europe! Oh yeah, I think I have broached that subject before when I bought a very expensive slice of cheddar (from England!) in Amsterdam!
So of course, me being me, in answer to the spruiker (and later I found out the owner) saying "The ...
... small amount of Swedish Kroner (money) we had left on the slot machines. Then we went to the piano bar. We just got back from a music contest that the piano bar was hosting. We thought we were totally going to win, but some Irish ladies took the first prize. The next set starts soon so we'll be heading back up. Although the boat is super big, it still sways a lot and everyone walks like they're drunk. I wonder if we get drunk that maybe we'll start ...
The last day of sailing on the locks of the Gota Canal. This end of the system has much longer and deeper locks. Bigger cargo boats enter the system from Gothenburg to move freight into and out of Lake Vanern.It is Europes fourth largest lake and we had sailed the entire night rrom 11pm to around 6am to cover it.
Getting closer to Gothenburg, you could see civilisation catching up with us again. Factories starting to ...