Hotell Liseberg Heden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... continued through the tour of the fortress undaunted and freezing cold.
Lunch was held at a lovely waterfront inn and we were unusually happy to find a buffet of steaming hot fish stew loaded with veggies, crusty bread and a salad.
The night brought the traditional Closing Gala in the hotel, starting with a champagne reception and followed by a lovely seated dinner. Mackrell galas are no longer black tie, but people do ...
... br> Finally, her shiny new car was driven into an adjacent "delivery hall" where a patient young woman explained all the details about the car, including some impressive high-tech goodies.
The car can somehow sense speed limit signs, show that current limit in the main speedometer display area, and then beep angrily if you exceed that limit. Luckily you can turn off the beeping. We saw this feature in action in a Volvo cab that took us to the airport ...
... did not disappoint! Gothenburg is full of cute cafes and restuaurants so it was difficult to choose one when we were hungry. I think breakfast may be the more important meal in Sweden because we noticed that numerous places offered breakfast or bruch buffets everyday and for most of the morning. After walking by the windows of some cafes and seeing enormous cinnamon rolls (I had no idea they are a Swedish delicassy!), pastries, and fruits, we knew we had to try ...
... leaving Stockholm. Having just been there we could figure out where they were broadcasting from - but not why anybody would want to listen the the bubblegum pop music the crowds appeared to be enjoying with gusto. We also got to catch up with Phoebe via FaceTime and enjoyed that very much. Tomorrow morning we head to Copenhagen and have committed ourselves to slowing the pace of sightseeing a bit and just relaxing, biking, etc. for a few ...
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The city was founded in the early 1600’s by Gustav Adolf, there is a statue of him in the main square. He employed Dutch engineers to design this city. It is built on a bed of very unstable clay so there are, even now, not many high rise buildings. Most of the city has been rebuilt several times over the centuries, fire having destroyed great sections of it. The Town hall is from 1642 but Lyn couldn’t get a photo of ...