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... about 8:20 and then the chef can and opened the baggage room for us to put our luggage into. We only got to the school about 20 minutes after the first class had begun (not too bad).
After school, we went back to the hostel. It is a four person room and is very nice! We relaxed for a while and then went to our favorite restaurant in Umeň - Vezzo for dinner.
Tomorrow we have class at the University from 8:30 AM to 11:30 ...
... bathroom with a shower. I share a kitchen and a living room/dining room with six other people. After dropping off my carry-on, I went back on the bus to head to the hostel. I got my large suitcase (all 51 pounds of it) and then headed back to the bus. People on the bus did not look very happy with all 5 of us brought our huge suitcases onto the bus! We took the bus over to ...
... br> Wednesday - 8:00 AM - 1:05 PM
8:00 - 8:20 Arrive & Prepare for the Day
8:20 - 9:20 5A English
9:20 - 9:40 Fika
9:40 - 10:40 5C Math
10:40 - 11:30 Lunch
11:30 - 12:25 5C English
... seen yet which was great. We decided to ask some Swedish University students for directions. They were very nice and walked us to our dorm. After we found our dorms, we went to the supermarket (which was right next door to the dorms - how great!) to buy food to make for dinner. All of the food was in Swedish so we were going by what the food looked like to decide what it was. I wanted to buy turkey lunch meat but I ...
On Monday and Tuesday this week we had our class at the university! It was really interesting to learn about how different the Swedish school system is from ours. We have students from Australia, Germany, Slovenia, and Sweden so we got to learn a lot about education in all of these countries. In Germany and Slovenia, for example, students get an allowance to go to school because they aren't able to work full time. And they only pay 100 Euro ...