Travel Blogs from Västerås
... waiting for us at our door. It was a bill from the Doctor. I got a reduction for the follow up appointment but was charged for that plus antibiotics and the nurses check for my BP !! Seems the Doctor takes his performance indicators seriously !!
I started to write this blog and stayed awake long enough to have my first two antibiotics two hours after I had eaten … then I fell asleep.
Packing our bags tomorrow !! This cruise has gone by so quickly ...
... So Gleb and I, and the kids, got out of the house around 10:30, and got on
the bus to Gamla Stan – the old city. Walked around there, at first just
sightseeing, then looking for a place to eat. The restaurants are certainly more
expensive here; Gleb talks about going to a restaurant around once a month for
dinners, although lunches here are quite different in that there’s a
government-sponsored 20% discount program for ...
... on a latte here as I would in Seattle. Yes, I drink drip coffee too, but usually just at home. I did end up buying a french press while living here, because some habits are not worth kicking.
Västerås is a great city if you enjoy biking. Everyone has a bike, and even cycle during winter - which to me is crazy. My friend in MN say they do that there, but I have never seen people biking in rural NH. The bikers have their own section of ...
... I can do it when I back. And I was right !
Anyway, First day and I saw My University, which was great. I can't compare with what we have back home. Because In Sweden it was so clean, new, modern and blah blah blah, that I don't want to start about Lithuanian's universities, but they are SO mine anyway.
I was dropped by my new living place! Nice room, previously it had been a motel/hotel which depended to the airport (which was in our backyard, and we ...
... it’s out. We both get a chicken skewer plate. I get mine with fries and my daughter gets hers with couscous. I didn’t even know she knew what couscous was much less thought about eating it. They put a lot of “salad” on it but mainly it is lettuce and peppers and cucumbers. We both forgo the onions but get some yoghurt on mine and we both get hummus.
I can’t eat all of mine but ...