Ibis Styles Stockholm Kista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Dayquil and Nyquil and said hej då. Now I am in the cafe for the movie night. We are showing "******* Amål" (or "Show Me Love" as they insisted renaming in America...). I rarely watch movies and TV shows when I am home, so this whole watching movie every other night deal is quite new to me. But it's not so bad when it's dark outside and has been dark for 5 hours even though your bedtime is still hours away...!
... baked chicken dish with this rubbery cheese from Cyprus, beet root and goat cheese salad, corn on the cob, and hash brown potato thing. She also had some tomato sauce and creamy sauce for the chicken and potatoes. I tried not to take too many pictures while we were eating, but maybe I should have, hahaa. It was a very hearty meal!! They showed me picture albums from Victoria's childhood. They were so cute! From pictures of her in Eskimo outfits to interesting Easter outfits (red ...
... is where they would stake their new flag in victory. Then it started raining. I came back in time to have a meeting with the manager, which turned out to be a lunch outing with the core Swedish staff (the owner, manager, Micke, Clara) and my roommate. We went to a Thai place nearby, which served lunch buffet which included sushi. It was actually really good! Happy times :) After some rest, I did some extensive fire safety training and then some more ...
... fantastic bear park. We had to move seats at every stop it was so packed, so we resided in the bistro cart and chilled there. We didn't mind I mean who would, front row seats to all of the food on display. The train arrived in Mora 10 minutes late so we bolted from the train to the bus that just was about to leave. Breathless with sore arms as they were nearly taken out by our bags that don't roll on gravel, we got on the last bus out to Orsa. The drive out to Orsa was really nice, ...
... nemesis. His name was Danny and he was in fact a very friendly bloke. Judging by the mountain of chips in front of him he certainly wasn't a slouch at the poker table, a fact I couldn't help but respect him for.
Play restarted with about twenty-five players left. Losing just over half of my stack to Danny before the break had left me short-stacked. I caught an Ace-King and went all-in, hoping that someone would take my move for desperation and call. Nobody did so I ...