Hotel Ibis Stockholm Spanga
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El que menys importa és que estigui mal ubicat
Habitacios brutes, llençols usats
En mal estat
Una vergonya que es digui Ibis
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I thought I should stay in today as well and skip my Wednesday plans for the Swedish lesson with Ellinor and Nordiska museet. That can come on another Wednesday! I went to grocery shop to get ingredients for loh mein noodles. There isn't really a good, cheap Chinese take out place around here...! It's October 15th, and they already have "julmust", their special Christmas soda out. Sweden might just be worse than America when it comes to putting Christmas things out ...
... Then, some of the guys from Cantus sang a song for us – absolutely spectacular to be surrounded by so many talented musicians. It is amazing how music can bring people together, no matter where you come from; it is a truly unique and wonderful gift to share.
After we left the bar, Rasmus and Emanuel wanted to show us “the dome”, a place they discovered in their city that is epic ...
... of taking the metro. I had absolutely zero anticipation built up for Stockholm and expected it to be pretty boring, but it has really blown me away. The architecture is unique and incredibly varied. The skyline is full of beautiful spires, turned green over time. The language seems quirky and fun; we can figure out what many signs say because they sometimes look really similar to English, just with ten extra letters thrown in :) The Old Town is particularly beautiful. ...
... returned shortly after at about 3:30pm. Later, Dennis and I took the same ferry back to Djurgarden to meet Mimi and Per Olaf for dinner. We ate at a restaurant that their sons had recommended as new and trendy. We all decided to be experimental and go with the server's food recommendations. We started with bone marrow (ugh - I can see why dogs like bones so much), egg with caviar (hmmm), and deep fried cod (okay now you're talking.) Next Dennis ...
... perfect English to get out my laptop & camera & said ‘then wait’. A very efficient man he carried on frisking passengers long after I had opened my bag. After standing out like a sore toe for two minutes I interrupted him & said ‘am I allowed to go yet’. He said ‘yes’ as if I should be a mind reader. But ‘wait’ means ‘wait’ in my books but anyway it was a ‘weight’ off ...