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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in Sweden before we travel back to Denmark. Nice city, lots of cobbled (ouch) streets that are closed to traffic. Walked to a large park last night. Very steep paths but beautiful cool greenery. Also an animal park which was interesting. How tall are ...
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 ...
... his well-developed appreciation of all modern art genres, was able to sum the exhibition up with "I don't get it") and had a bit of lunch before some more walking. A Thai restaurant for dinner then crash at the hotel.
Today Peta drove us back to Gothenburg. About 500 k in a nice new Volvo (Hey, we're in Sweden) that she borrowed from a friend. Comfortable and easy to fall asleep in if you occupy the back ...
... Mate as a welcome from Rickard. Yes, the head cook had made Jansson's Temptation for me, two lots. But I wasn't greedy and left the other for the staff. They had apparently tasted it and approved it's forwarding to me.
I was also convinced to have a late lunch of Fish & Chips - which was quite good! Stayed and chatted to Maggie (staff member) for a bit, and Karin and Rickard. Then waddled home.
Well, finally tasted one of my childhood favourites - Jansson's ...
... of Europe can be an expensive exercise. In multistorey car parks you get your ticket when you drive in and pay at the machine before going to collect your car when you are ready to leave. That’s easy enough, all the machines seem to take notes and give change. In Goteborg it was just a large, flat open car park with a machine but the machine didn’t take notes, only coins and ATM cards. What a pain, we had mostly very large notes that ...