How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... Today explored the town on a beautiful sunny day. In the old Haga area of town we stopped for coffee at Cafe Husaren, renowned for its Hagabulle. These are similar to Cinnamon Scrolls but have large aniseed flavoured sprinkles on top. And they are ...
... and how this processes affects the mind of asylum seekers. It was truly an eye opening experience. After we traveled to a Shia mosque where out host fed us tons of cookies, pastries, and endless amount of (free) coffee. In a mosque, ones shoes must be removed and therefore the rug and rooms are extremely clean. From him we learned about his religion and some of the struggles the Muslim community has faced recently. Then we traveled far to another much ...
... decay ever since a fire in 1708 ravaged through most of the building. Our final stop before reaching Göteborg was the small village of Granna. Granna is known for producing polkagris, a hard peppermint candy similar to candy canes. Taking LP's advice, we dropped in a small cafe called Fiket where I ordered a slice of lingonberry tart. Well played LP...it was delicious. Back on the road once more, and with rain beginning to fall heavily, we reached ...
... you can use it during summertime. People is what I like most about the place, they are the diamonds of my life, that's why I decided to write about Gothenburg people that made my staying there perfect.
I had met some of these people before in St Pete, but many of them were met by me for the first time. I could judge about all the Swedish people from them I guess. Swedes are perfect in English. However, if ...
... one little incident once we had the anchor off the bottom in that we got very close to it (the bottom) at one point but fortunately we missed. All of this activity commenced at 08:45 and by 09:45 we were tied between the poles, safely.
Our next door neighbours but one, in a lovely Overseas 40 (I drooled about one of these in a previous blog so I won’t bore anyone again now) , were a very helpful couple who willingly, ...