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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to west weather and should only be approached with extreme care in these conditions’. Our normal routine is to furl the genoa and then turn the boat 100% into the wind in order to furl our main and it is now that we start the engine ie when we’ve furled one sail and are beginning to turn to windward, the engine is used to keep us at this angle whilst we furl the main. And that’s when life suddenly became more challenging.
The engine ...
... 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 ...
... coming along. Everything is in the kiln cooling so there isn’t a lot to see, but Maria takes the guitar and joins in instead. A Bruce Springsteen favourite Hungry Heart is played – or at least the first two lines of the first verse, followed by the chorus, followed by the same two lines of the first verse, followed by the chorus, followed by the chorus, followed by a mumbling of some words about how there are more words to this but no one knows them, followed by the ...
... from the fact I suddenly have no control over how to get to Stockholm. I start to sort out a back up plan, busses and trains that all leave within minutes of each other. But this is the Easter weekend; many seats are taken with people hoping to get home with as little fuss as possible. Slowly my pulse slows – I can still leave.
Out in the wood shed and I hear movement in my house. I think this is a little strange, until I see Lena with the coffee machine to ...