Ditt Hotell Hotel Torpa Pensionat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... pay attention to them until Christoffer said he thinks one of the Japanese ladies might be the director (the Swedish lady was all like, "You are such an inspiration to me!). Then two festival staff greeted the Japanese lady as "Asato" and went over how the "speech" will go down. We looked up the movie in the program, and indeed, the director's name was Mari Asato! We were like ohhh my god! (Well, me moreso than Christoffer). So I of course had to be ...
... with Olle and roommate. The entrance was pretty neat, what you would expect a national library in a European country to look like: marble columns and high ceilings with chandeliers. You had to put your jackets and bags in the lockers provided by the library before going in... The main building looked pretty nice and marble-ous, then the extension wing was very modern with glass ceilings and simple furnishing. ...
... cannot do so. Explain that if you can! Folk were buying up big, so maybe it was really cheap and we should have gone shopping.
We cruised all day, short snooze here and there, read books and did odd computer stuff, admiring the scenery. Have to admit, so lazy we did not even go up on deck!
Drove for a couple of hours in Sweden before finding a camp. Very busy site on the edge of a lake, full of families but OK for a ...
... a coffee date where you take a break from work or whatever’s been happening during the day and just sit down and have a coffee and treat (May I recommend the Cinnamon roll, white chocolate raspberry cheesecake or gingerbread) anytime of day and catch up. Your coffee is often included within the price of the treat too as a heads up, unlimited refills too. Don't let the thought of unlimited ...
... so intimidating was the knowledge that this magnificent ship was constructed purely by human hands. I stood at stern, roughly near the water line, and looked up. Underneath the vast night sky, I have felt small, standing at the cliff of a mountain I have felt positively tiny, but as I stared up at the massive ship engulfing me in its shadow, I felt a different type of small, it was almost frightening. I have never much liked boats or ships of any kind and have an irrational fear ...