How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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... grateful to have had the opportunity to travel to Sweden and spend some time in Swedish schools. While November may suck here, it was still a great experience. I'm hoping to come back to Stockholm again some day, but probably in the summer :). My dorm is packed up and cleaned. I turned my keys in this afternoon and am sleeping on the floor in Sara's room tonight since the busses don't run before our flight tomorrow. On that note, I'm ready to get on with the fun part of this ...
... be. The doors to the basement are on the outside of the buildings here and are always locked. I was able to get in to it except there was definitely no laundry room down there. It was super creepy! I am not going back down there. I'm glad I had Alby to go with me. After that we went down to the one she was supposed to use and were able to get in to that one, and found the laundry room in that basement. After guessing at the instructions since ...
... a month depending on the distance to your home. They also had cabins families could stay overnight in and go home on Monday. We were able to go see the spot where the Parish House used to be where Petter Erickson and Maria Lovisa Anderson-Erickson were married. Another very special day. Looking forward to taking Jill to that spot this weekend. I'm going to post pictures just having a bit of trouble.
... she actually is. To add to our feelings of homesickness, John Crossley sent us quite a few photos of our garden and patio, which he had been working on, all photos taken in sunshine and everything looking lovely – why are we doing this, we ponder on days such as today???
That evening we consoled ourselves with a roast filet of pork dinner and hoped that the morning would bring better weather, any improvement would be a bonus! Tomorrow ...
... hostels don’t seem to believe in being open very much, just select hours of the day. Way too “efficient” and annoying if you ask me, but you must be polite when in a foreign country! Nonetheless, I told them how we did it in Central and South America where I never once booked a hostel in advance and was rarely turned away. Marines don’t waste time planning such silly things as logistics! Except when they’re in Europe I ...