Ibis Styles Göteborg Lerum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bunkers alone built in Denmark, and is the biggest building project ever undertaken in Denmark. Due to the Danish "Policy of Collaboration" with the Nazis, the Danish government footed the bill for the project costing billions of dollars! The bunkers in this area were connected by a number of trenches. There were bunkers for canons & anti-aircraft guns, bunkers for the hospital, kitchen and Personel guarding the site. Most of the bunkers were empty, cold ...
... about moose, they are huge as in really huge. I kinda expected them to look more like a deer does, but they are a lot more heavily built. Moose are also considered one of the national animals of Sweden. The other being the Dalecarlian horse, which is a horse carved from wood, I'll add a picture of that as well.
Talking about horses, we saw some here as well. To stay completely honest they were more like ponies, but they made up for their size in temperament. They ...
... ones, rely on the navigation and we were all in the same boat all day... It was so much fun to watch the kids truly enjoy themselves as they pushed themselves to get up a hill, or as Wynne learned to use hand brakes for the first time. We explored and got lost (only a little bit as it's a pretty small island!). We were tired and sweaty at the end of the day and all truly enjoyed our dinner of tapas in the fantastic restaurant below our apartment. ...
... from us with no cage! The fish were also cool with a big sword fish swimming over our heads in the tunnel under the aquarium. It was really well done and had a science center similar to the Dunedin museum which was also cool. From here we started biking back home but discovered that our cellphone wouldn't work so we couldn't get a map of the outer part of the city and we couldn't remember the name of where we were staying without looking at a map. We ended up a ...
... front door-- just no room for it. The bathroom is even smaller-- but it's so cool! Everything is very minimalistic here. They don't serve ice with any drinks. No lids or straws. The beds only have a fitted sheet and one folded comforter (no top sheet or blanket to cuddle down into), no water in the toilets (just like an airplane toilet), and other quirky things here and there.
We went for a walk ...