Hotell Liseberg Heden
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Gothenburg is Sweden's second city and located on the west coast. Gothenburg was founded in 1621 by King Gustav II Adolf, and developed by city planners and canal experts from the Netherlands and Germany who left a heritage of Amsterdam-style canals around the city centre. Being the busiest harbour in Sweden, Gothenburg hosted the Swedish East …
Talked to my sister today. Now she has all my flight info and what dates I've made plans with friends. Trish on the 20th, Barb & Sandi on the 23rd and then Doris during the last weekend of September! I started reading up on the region this weekend. And focused a bit on Seattle and Vancouver. My ESTA is ready and I've started packing ...
... way in a good way. Sweden have different types of foods,festivals,roles of genders and cultural clothing. There religon is just catholic. And there is more to the sweden explanation.The landmarks in sweden are really cool the city's and there are alot of ferry rides in sweden. The swedish workers are all dressed good for whatever reason it is that they symbolise that there country us ...
When i woke up this morning i saw the time but it also showed that today i have to go back to Australia i was so excited to tell the news but also sad to leave so i was packing up to leave for the plane when i went to the Airport i was early so i went to s cafe and i ordered a ...
... Well, stairs, hmmm. But I tell you, once I got to the top I recovered a lot quicker had I attempted to do the same a few months ago. Quite proud (again). The Masthugget Church wasn't incredibly wonderful (sorry all Swedes) but the view from the top - spectacular.
Then on to the next - Oscar Fredrik Church. Very pretty.
Then on to Skansen Kronan Fort - not more stairs, hmmm maybe tomorrow.
Then to Haga Church.
Then my MECCA Church - and of course I got a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility