Hotel Molndals Bro
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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We arrived yesterday morning from London! Christian picked us up from the airport! They had a special party for us last night. It was a traditional Swedish kräftskiva- or crayfish party! Their friends were so much fun! After the party we went to downtown Gothenburg on the train and stayed out until 3 am! Today has been a beautiful relaxing day walking around the town and enjoying time together! Next stop ...
... the next day in the van before settling on a beach late afternoon when the wind had picked up. As we drove around the little roads near the beaches we saw loads of people walking and cycling wearing bath robes. We thought they must have just come out of a sauna (not wanting to stereotype the Swedes or anything) but in the end decided that they must just use them to go to and from the beach. It was quite disconcerting to see attractive leggy Swedish ...
... taking pics and having a very Swedish picnic. (We brought bread and fruit and Mia brought thermoses of coffee and a container of fried eggs, which they had on the bread) Despite being in the warm sun for about 6 hours neither of us got burnt...No...correction...Neither of us got even a tinge of redness. No sunscreen either! How user-friendly is that for a sun?
A couple of Peta's friends coming for tea and off on a canal cruise tomorrow.
... days I was taken to a fascinating place by my Swedish friends. I was shown the Sea at its best! Who knew that Sweden is so damn beautiful! Laying there, talking and breathing Sea air is one of the things I could do forever :)
Every year Chalmers is attacked by thousants of newbies eager to srart studies in that historical University. And the first thing Chalmers has to offer for them is Refreshmen period - the period of 4 weeks when ...
We planned to spend the next couple of days & nights out at anchor somewhere around the nearby islands, only about an hour away, so we were in no hurry to start. I decided to take a few photos of the hustle and bustle that was a feature of the day, as the sailing club was hosting a number of racing events, including one celebrating 100 years of the 'Star' class of dinghy. All around there were people getting themselves ready for their particular ...