Hotel Molndals Bro
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... simply not believe me that we do not allow "Double Jeopardy" in the US and I had to extricate Jerry from another conversation to convince him otherwise.
Earlier in the evening, when we were milling around waiting for the streetcars, I met Zurich Anne's husband, Jurg, an elderly-ish, stern man. After her earlier success clarifying the Swedish toast, Anne then tried to teach me how to say Gothenburg in Swedish, something like Yer-de-bor-jer.
As we ...
... in a nice hotel for a night. Then they take you to the factory for a tour and lunch, and an introduction to your new car. You can drive it around Europe, or just leave it, and they ship it back to the States. It’s all included. What’s not to like about this deal?
So we decided to buy the car, then fly the one hour short hop to Stockholm on Sweden’s east coast to begin a 12 night Oceania cruise around ...
The teacher we had also had loads of "stoke" pictures involved in the course, which was kind of mean, becouse I just sat there, and just wanted to go eveeen more!!
Oh and last night I went to a halloween party, only a week late hehe. Was a last minute thing, so I didn't have a costume prepared or anything, so I rushed into town and bought one, ofcourse I didn't try it on.. I just packed it out of the bag and looked at it, thought it was huge and put it ...
... bearing in mind that apartments are by the nature of things, more expensive than staying on a boat in a marina, we were very conscious of the fact that poor Jeff & Greta were having to spend more than they had intended, as indeed were we and as such, we wanted to find accommodation that was nice but that wouldn't break the bank. The hotel we settled on was in fact a ship, or a floating hotel made to look like a ship, I’m not sure which, the Hotel Ibis Styles and it ...
... is mostly surrounded by scaffolding and encased in white gauze. Not looking it best I fear. We did see the Opera House and some of the ships in the maritime museum. Making our way around the city we passed along many of the pedestrian malls that make up the city centre and came to a huge market hall selling mainly meat and cheese. Then it was a dash back to the car to beat both the rain and the parking inspector.
© Lynette Regan May 9th ...