Hotell Liseberg Heden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the community and learn from their mistakes.
Friday- We woke up bright eyed and bushy tailed to drive 4 hours to Gothenburg, Sweden which is the second largest city in Sweden. This was one of those days where we were constantly hoping on and off the bus, making the bus seem like our mobile home. Our visits today included listening to more lectures of various groups, however they saved the best for last! Our last academic visit was to list to a member ...
... when you want something. Lib and I had a lovely hour sitting in the sun that afternoon while Phoebe napped. Not quite enough wind for a sail - we were both quite relieved to be honest - and the forecast is looking good for most of the next week anyway. We spent the night about 45 minutes north in a carpark overlooking fields and woods. There was some wildlife in the distance which we thought might be moose but turned out to be old fashioned deer. We did see ...
... Donna is out, and off the ship. Our excursion today is to a couple of little fishing villages on the coastal islands, so our drive is mostly through countryside once outside of Gothenburg. I slept halfway there, because I'm exhausted. Also, our guide thought he needed to talk every moment we were on the bus. Very nice, but shut up already. This side of Sweden doesn't have that much to explain. After about an hour drive we made our first ...
All I can say is yum, yum, yum!
After having a lazy day yesterday - and the weather was perfect! I went walkabout today - and the weather was grey and miserable! But I had to go and get my Jansson's Temptation - hopefully they didn't think I wouldn't come...
So firstly to get another map! I think I may have left my annotated, scribbled on, circled-attractions somewhere. Not happy Jan!
Then caught a tram to Stigberget to see the first of the churches I wanted to ...
... down and went to Subway, yes, you heard that right, we went to Subway! It was cheap, easy to get to, and didn't take all night. Afterward, we found the grocery store and did some light shopping. For 250SEK (Swedish Krona) ($37) we got beer for both of us, cheese and crackers, cookies, and other stuff. All ready for our road trip tomorrow to the countryside. Now we won't have to find an expensive place to ...