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Friendly staff, clean room, reasonable price and nice area of the city.
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Woke up early to a very misty morning cruising into the port near Gothenburg. We got up early and headed to breakfast as we were to dock at 7am and wanted to be on the first shuttle leaving at 7:30am. Mission accomplished we were in town by 7:45am and were dropped off at Gustav Adolfs Square. Gothenburg on a Sunday morning is a very quiet place with almost nothing open this early, with only 4hrs on ...
... the evening. We will miss our long afternoon tea break.
We moved on to the next windsurfing spot in the guide, Varberg, probably the surfiest town in Sweden. We had a great time sailing in the small waves while Phoebe played in the dunes. That's now six days on the trot! The next day we headed into town on our bikes and had a little look around. It was a nice place with a huge surf shop that didn't open until 12 noon - I like their style, although not ...
Although we had planned to have a canal cruise this morning, it didn't eventuate. Last night was a dinner party for a friend of Peta and Joline who is moving to the USA and, since the party went to well after 1am, none of us was up very early. Instead we, Wendy and Jim, took a stroll down the hill to town, had morning tea ( it's called fikka here), wandered back to the flat and in the afternoon took the train to Elin's parent's place then had ...
... Bravest Estonian was chosen to lead our line of two Swedish *******. It was super scary!
BUBBLES, HIPPIES AND BLUE-BEARDED GUY
I bet you have seen many shows where a magician is blowing up huge soap bubbles and doing cool tricks with them. But have you ever tried doing it yourself? I have now.
The story takes its roots from Warsaw, where Erik met a Pakistan guy with a blue beard who was and is now deeply in love with Sweden. So when I was in GBG ...
... quite large. The car was covered in the little hard shells that had protected the leaf buds. It was just such a sudden burst of growth, Lyn was amazed.
We had reached Copenhagen and my humans were looking into the best way to go into the city. During the trip into the suburbs it had been tipping with rain and it continued with brief breaks now and again. After all the options were considered it was decided that we would take the train ...