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Friendly staff, clean room, reasonable price and nice area of the city.
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We loved doing the local ferry trips yesterday so decided to continue using them again but this time, explore the many islands that make up the inhabited areas of the Southern Archipelago. It has also been nice not having lots of tourists scrambling around and being with mostly locals going about their normal business.
We took a tram to the West Gothenburg Ferry Terminal at Saltholmen then hopped on ...
... the water of boiled potatoes into large crunchy crisps.
When they announced that "Cod" would be next, Jerry finally balked and asked me to take his. Jerry does not eat fish. This, he would say, is a "maxim with no corollaries." When it arrived he took a tiny lick and then devoured the entire serving.
The dessert was fresh strawberries and rhubarb with a rose sauce under celery ice. Really. Our eyes rolled back ...
... smashing our faces on the display windows and leaving an imprint of our foreheads, with perhaps a little swirl of drool from our wagging tongues ... There is no doubt about it - Gothenburg is an absolute foodies paradise, not only with its great selection of food, but also with the quality. Every menu we browsed sounded delicious, and every establishment screamed "This place is gooood!" with its multitude of people crammed into each bustling patio. And the ...
... another one just so that I will always have one charged, dont wanna miss any good shots hehe.
You guys should expect alot of videos from me, well atleast I plan on doing alot of them, first you will probably just see the raw footage, and then I'll try to make a cool edit from a couple of them.
Should be good right?
Anyways, that's all from me for today, 36 days till liftoff!
... This is the largest marina complex in the vicinity, comprising several private harbours and one guest harbour, ours and called Långedrag. There was little point in sailing as it was only a few miles, so once the anchor was up (incidentally, I was delighted with one over-winter improvement, a high pressure salt water hose that I can use to wash mud off the anchor & chain – far better than filling buckets ) we were off. ...