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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... was then that I realised that I had a fundamental problem. At the top of the gearbox there is (normally) a big black plastic screw top that you unscrew to expose the top of the gearbox and it is here that oil is added when it is due for replacement – the drain plug is at the other end of the vertically aligned gearbox and prop arrangement, under the water. I say normally this is the case but here, it was shattered, literally in pieces and the reason why was ...
... we headed for an overnight stop in a forested area at Fulltoffta Strovomrade, an old country estate and also one of the oldest and largest areas in Sweden with ancient fields and clearance cairns. Sweden has a Right of Public Access to the wilderness which requires complete respect of the environment in return for which individuals can enjoy time in the countryside and also camp for one night provided no trace of one's stay ...
... she enjoyed drowning
kittens and had her name written prominently on her board in black
marker as if to confirm her board was her board and no one else's.
on cookies and tea we made our way back heading to where the sun was
setting, west, back to Malmo, full on the gastronomic surprises that
the south of Sweden revealed to me. Now I am writing this some
several hundred meters in the air heading to Marseille, the home ...
... song – or the bits of it people remember – will be stuck in my head for days to come. Thanks Maria. Megan is more tactful about it, and before dinner looks up the rest of the lyrics. Too bad we don’t actually play it again.
Elna and Herman have us gather and watch as they pour the scrap glass wasted that day back into the furnace. The glass crystals pile up in the pool as they’re shoveled in, very slowly beginning to melt before our very eyes. ...
... alright. I’d forgotten the exhibition would continue to run for the next week, and it seemed too quiet to be open at this hour. Coffee time.
I spend the next hour or so with Lena talking about family and showing photos. We both speak of the calming feeling and the freedom in the space here.
I shower and try to relax. The rain is back for a little and keeping people away. I come out feeling like I haven’t been clean for weeks. Maria eventually ...