Ibis Styles Göteborg Mölndal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Ok so getting used to the prices in Scandinavia, but this was a little steep and I was comitted, still easy check in via a machine and just pitch up.
If you're new to driving on the continent I'd probably warm up somewhere else, as the trams aren't slow!
Didn't have time for the funfare was enjoying some of the bendy roads I found.
Now off to ...
... a ship-building centre but only one berth remains.
We are staying in the Majorna district which was historically a low income district where many who worked in the port lived. It still appears to be lower income although many of the original buildings have been replaced. The Maritime Museum is located here and is very close to our hotel.
We walked back into town and along the canal to take the canal tour which was very interestIng. The guide ...
... sign so you can read for yourself. After taking some pictures from the exterior we went back a little to continue on to our main destination.
It didn't take much longer to get to 'Slottskogen' which is the name of the park/zoo. It was a lot bigger than I anticipated, we checked the park map to make sure we'd take the correct route. I'm pretty sure you could walk around for hours without reaching the other border. Firstly we came to this crossroad, you could go ...
... end of the day to give ourselves another hour of biking... And we made it back to the ferry just as the thunderstorms were starting. It was the coolest day... Not only because we were truly the only non Swedes on the island from what we could tell (no hordes of tour busses anywhere!) and not only because it was a beautiful island and a trip that took us off the beaten path... But it was a trip where we had to rely on each other. We had to wait for ...
... in due course (or was that curse??) to be seized up. Now not having access to fresh water is a pain on a boat, you can make do by using jerry cans but they are heavy and it’s surprising how often they need refilling. The obvious alternative was to fit a replacement pump but sadly the local chandlery come hardware store didn’t stock any so we were stuck. That’s where Jörgen stepped in, he had an old one ...