Hotell Barken Viking
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... towards the Square we walked past the Feskekôrka Fish Market Hall, another place that we would have liked to visit but we also unfortunately closed on a Sunday. We had a little bit of time up our sleeves so we decided to have a wander around the shopping centre near Gustav Adolfs Square, one of the largest shopping centres in Scandinavia. The day was not to be wasted back on the boat as we ...
... ones which are much less painful. Unfortunately, they're starting to be replaced by some whinging and whining, a phase that we understand will take a little longer to grow out of sadly.
We continued another hour or so up the coast and found a great windsurfing beach (Villsharad) just north of Halmstad. It reminded me of Rhosneigr in Wales, a big open beach with rolling waves and port tack wind. It was sunny and there were about ten windsurfers out or ...
... on the floor (which also explained why it was an open-topped tour);and Gothenburg was established in 1621. On the way to fikka Baz mangaged to climb into a shop window with a bunch of stuffed toys, and he then picked up a moose-mate who agreed to come home with us to Oz. (Hannah....Baz wants you to think of a name for his moose friend). Off to fikka and then a picnic/BBQ in the park with a ...
... highlightes), but still 2 simple words can make me tremble. These are - AMUSEMENT PARK, which Liseberg literally is. Thanks to Erik's sister Linnea who had worked there we had about 50 free tickets, so that our fun was limitless. Some interesting facts I would like to stress on talking about Liseberg. The bad holding system is super awesome. Created by 3 Estonians and a Swedish guy your bags are wisely stored in special boxes while you are riding a rollercoaster ...
... young man who speaks Japanese amongst his other foreign languages and who’s car, interestingly, didn’t have a reverse gear that worked!
We spent the evening indoors and started to work our way through the boat’s rations that we’d transferred back and finished off the day watching a documentary on the queen’s Jubilee year that was being shown on Swedish television, subtitled of ...