Ibis Styles Göteborg Lerum
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... that really helps. I only arrived knowing that I was looking forward to taking a nap after such an early train from Oslo (even fully-adjusted to the time zone, I'm terrible at waking up before 8:00am).
At first glance, Göteborg (which is hilly and prone to cold, windy weather, even at the end of May) might not seem like a major cycling destination. But they have an impressive, cheap bike share system ($3 gets you a 3-day use ...
... English so we learned a great deal of the history of the town.
The centre of the town is known as Innerstaden. It is a mix of higher end stores, cafés and restaurants. Closer to the water is the Nordstaden which is the largest shopping centre in Sweden.
On our return we walked again through the Haga district with the wood frame houses, and of course shopping and restaurants.
Vehicles are basically not seen in much of the city. There ...
... side. We followed this park route for quite some time till we found a sign that mentioned the big park we wanted to go to. What I liked best is that everything was covered in a thick layer of snow, which made everything look like a snowy wonderland. If you look at the previous entry you may notice that one of the picture is actually from that part as well.
After walking through some streets we came across this hill with a building on top. It seemed like a ...
... premier league football game. They enjoyed great seats and an amazing display of hometown pride (I will upload video tomorrow night). Wynne and I headed to our apartment and down to the tapas bar for a snack and a glass of wine (for me). I think having a bakery and a tapas bar in your building is both a blessing and a curse! In the end it wasn't really a shopping day... But I think I will insist on one in ...
... br> Having got her back safely into the water, we had no ambitious plans for the remainder of the day. This was a good thing as I discovered we had a problem. The freshwater pump that Jeff and I had struggled with previously had obviously been seriously compromised by the ingress of salt water. Now it just kept on blowing fuses and there was nothing for it but for me to dismantle the boat again and get access to the pump, which ...