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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... 2 years before the child is of age to attend to increase their chance of a spot in the school. The school is taught in Swedish and is the same to other Swedish schools other than they have an optional religion section. This is the part I think most interesting. While most of these children are second generation in Sweden, they grew up speaking Swedish and the language of their parents known as "mother tongue". During the religion section of class, private teachers ...
... was. Lib said I was out windsurfing and Phoebe replied, 'cheeky monkey'. Don't know where she got that idea from! That night we slept at the same place in the forest, all good apart from the flies which were even worse than the night before. In the evening we try and leave the van to help Phoebe fall asleep but recently she's not going off for ages so sitting out in the swarm of flies was not pleasant. We are now starting to cut down her naps to help her drop ...
... sizzle by a small, uncrowded and beautiful lake. Her parents and sister were terrific hosts and put on a great meal. We ate, chatted, some went for a swim, chatted some more and eventually (and reluctantly) left the lake and were driven back to the flat. The weather was fine and very warm, probably 26 degrees. Tomorrow we plan to do the canal cruise in the morning then have a party/picnic in a park for another friend moving away from Gothenburg.
... photoshooting, using Svenska-Engelska vocabulary and even biking! Everyone would. But that's not the story I will tell you about. When we were at home just about to leave to Erik's summer place, Erik told me not to take my swimming clothes as I wouldn't need those. I think I was more Estonian at the moment so that I couldn't figure out that it was nothing but a joke. Stupid me again, I know. The sense of humour came back to me only on a ferry carrying us from GBG ...
... front door-- just no room for it. The bathroom is even smaller-- but it's so cool! Everything is very minimalistic here. They don't serve ice with any drinks. No lids or straws. The beds only have a fitted sheet and one folded comforter (no top sheet or blanket to cuddle down into), no water in the toilets (just like an airplane toilet), and other quirky things here and there.
We went for a walk ...