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Kelly was in her element! What can I say? ABBA the museum!!
We have officially indoctrinated our children into the world of ABBA - don't call DCP. Will cried when he couldn't buy a t shirt at the end of the tour. Kelly had the opportunity to sing in the studio as well as sing and dance on stage with the group. An unforgettable experience! Plenty of laughs.
So... we are slowly leaving the panic station.
We are pretty much done packing, and we are filling our various gizmos with interesting books, movies, music and games. Any suggestions are welcome =)
Tomorrow we will have dinner ...
... two ladies & while we waited to be given the green light which means you can approach, we noted that one lady was giving passengers a big smile with the other one looking very grim. Whilst I make jokes about how the general Russian is not that courtesy to tourists, if you look at Russian history it is unbelievable how badly their citizens have been treated by their own people. Anyway we had a contest to see who would get the smiling lady ...
We are doing the thing that we came to Sweden for, my goalie camp. When we got there I wasn't sure how much I would be speaking because I didn't know whether the other kids would be speaking English. It turned out that they spoke English very well, so I could talk as much as I wanted to.
It was hard getting used to the hockey spirit again because I haven't been on the ice for a while.
Most of the kids were staying at ...
... which line the streets, and beers are upwards of £4.00 for 400mls. The one in our hotel bar cost Luke about £8. We eventually found a pizza place (open) which served pizza’s costing about £7 which is pretty good… even if they weren’t.
Today we started early to go and visit Birka, which was awell preserved Viking settlement from around 800AD.
The trip there was a nice 1h50minute ...