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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... with no kids. Easy to get away with not being dragged around, but also kind of missing out on the excitement and wonder as round every corner there was something new to see. In 4 hours there was one child having a melt down.
We're heading south now and back to the UK.
Tomorrow (1st April) in Germany to look at some bike gear, then Ypres and Dunkerque for history. Back to Sean and Jan on Friday night (Good Friday)
Cheers just now.
... t seen our teacher since Wednesday.
Our students are afraid to talk to us or ask us questions, so if they have any they will ask a teacher in Swedish to ask us in English. I wish they would talk to us more! They just look at us a lot during instruction. Instruction is also all in Swedish, so we have no idea what's going on. We can't really help because we the students don't know how to ask us their questions in English. It's more difficult ...
So 300 miles to do today. Breakfast done we are on our way at about 10am and cover 100 miles before stopping for coffee and cake in a service station. The scenery is beginning to change although there are still about a million trees ! We come across sounds all a heavily industrialised town and note the paper mills and chemical industries located there, also an enormous bridge is being built spanning the river, a really futurist design - looks amazing but ...
... the old wood.
We drove down the road to the next village to meet Eva Hertzberg. Eva is related through my great grandfather Petter (Per) Erickson. Petter's youngest sister, Katarina Charlotta Ersdotter, is Eva's great grandmother. Katarina's daughter Olga Rosina Pettersson is Eva's father Sven's mother. Eva's father's name is Sven Hilding Hertzberg. Olga died when Sven was 2 years old. ...
... the houses, which we thought we’d seen the bulk of yesterday, in fact went the other way as well ie south, for a considerable distance. At the start of the road, there is a large building that presumably was once something to do with the timber industry, now it is a museum and in its’ grounds, it has a miniature village, or to be accurate, a small collection of miniature houses. Then ,walking down the street southwards, we counted 22 of these ...