Ibis Goteborg Lerum
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Avui hem esmorzat a Alemanya, hem dinat a Dinamarca i hem sopat a Suècia. Sortida a les 10h del matí. Hem creuat Dinamarca passant pels famosos ponts que uneixen les illes. El més llarg déu tenir uns 20 km. La primera visita del dia ha estat al palau on se suposa que s'esdevé tota la trama de Hamlet, a Elsinore, o Helsing …
... for every room in the house. Actually, it is like Bunnings in that before you went there you didn't realize just how many gadgets you really can't do without! After all this we caught bus and tram to a hospital which has offered Peta some temp physio work. She's pretty excited about that.
Off to the airport tomorrow for our flight to Paris via Copenhagen. One night in Paris, one night in Incheon then home. Might be time for one more blog...keep you posted.
... mechanical oddities which are the only form of motorised transport allowed, until we reached the end of the island after about 25 minutes. There we had our food, looked at the scenery, then went back to the ferry. The sun came out early on and we almost got close to pink (in a pale sort of way).Had it been the Australian sun we'd be hospitalised for a week.
Dinner tonight with some of Peta's friends and off to Ikea tomorrow....excited about ...
... a pity but it was still worth going up. They even had some cannons on the grounds.
I looked the place up when I got back home to figure out what it was that we visited. As it turns out this place is one of old fortresses in Göteborg, named 'Fortlet kronon' which means fortress crown. It was built during the 17th century to protect Göteborg. Now it houses a military museum, which was closed when we were there. In hindsight I'm glad we went up and took pictures, ...
... which should be fine after resting and with some time.
On Tuesday it still hurt as much if not more than when it started, which had me decide that a visit to the doctor wouldn't be a bad idea. The university has a doctor you can visit for free two days a week. I planned on asking Maja, my Swedish friend, for help though. On Wednesday I had made plans to meet up with her. In the meantime I went to the chemist to buy a bandage to wrap-up my foot and ankle, ...
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