Ibis Styles Göteborg City
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... here it was going to be a quick self guided walking tour and then back to the boat. During our walk we headed past the Market Hall that unfortunately was closed being a Sunday, we continued up the Avenyn, the main boulevard in Gothenburg to the statue of Poseidon. We continued along to the old town and walked along Haga Nygata, an old pedestrian street lined with beautiful old buildings. On our ...
... 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 ...
... sizzle by a small, uncrowded and beautiful lake. Her parents and sister were terrific hosts and put on a great meal. We ate, chatted, some went for a swim, chatted some more and eventually (and reluctantly) left the lake and were driven back to the flat. The weather was fine and very warm, probably 26 degrees. Tomorrow we plan to do the canal cruise in the morning then have a party/picnic in a park for another friend moving away from Gothenburg.
... named Baran also came with a visit so that we decided to meet up. He turned out to be absolutely crazy and cool, eventhough his beard wasn't blue anymore. It was him who invited us to join his hipster friends in the park, blowing these huge balloons, playing with maces and chilling out. That was super random and cuper awesome! We all tried it all and succeeded. We even got a little audience of random park visitors to applaud us :)
Eckerö is the land ...
... the car in a park near Ishej station. That was until we went outside again to find that it was still tipping down with little indication that is was likely to ease. After a great deal of humming and haa-ing a decision was made that we would skip Copenhagen and go on to Sweden over the bridge.
The bridge, well actually a combination of a tunnel and this spectacular bridge crosses the Oresund strait between Denmark and Sweden. It is ...