Ibis Styles Jönköping
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... houses warm... Don and I have had the loveliest time in the dining car where miniature bottles of Merlot and large bottles of Czech beer are sold at a very reasonable price. Again the service is amazing and the scenery and setting from another world...loving this train travel across Europe already. Even the toilets are better than any airplane toilet...that's another story! Awaiting our stop for Malmo soon. The whole of Sweden is just a revisit of the Ikea catalogue ...
... for boating and sailing. Then we returned to Maria's house for lunch. Afterward people prepared to leave and return to their homes in various parts of Southern Sweden. In the afternoon we visited the town of Granna. There is an active candy making industry there as well as a museum which showed the exploits of an explorer who unsuccessfully tried to reach the North ...
... to Maria's house to meet the rest of the family. Turns out I have quite a few relatives in Sweden. The annual reunion for the "Sweden" part of the family started 5 years ago and rotates to different family locations. Almost all of the family were there. There were 24 adults and 10 children. We had a real downpour in the middle of ...
... Moving on to the actual game I saw. Before the match began they showed some commercials and while that happened the stadium was dark and bright light beams where moving around the space. Not too long after that one of the best moments of the entire evening began, and no it was not the match. When the players came on and where introduced they had this light show. However it wasn't just a light show, they had actual fire and fireworks. It was pretty amazing and I was extremely glad ...
... glad I have been taught phonetics. There I've said it. All jokes aside though, we used the vowel diagram, we've used phonetics to help pronounce some of the sounds that are typical for the Swedish language and we've used it for intonation and stress.
Anyway learning a new language is a lot of fun, more so than I thought it would be. That might also be because I was a bit apprehensive, for lack of a better word, if it would ...