Landvetter Airport Hotel
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... was also a ship-building centre but only one berth remains. We are staying in the Majorna district which was historically a low income district where many who worked in the port lived. It still appears to be lower income although many of the original buildings have been replaced. The Maritime Museum is located here and is very close to our hotel. We walked back into town and along the canal rot take the canal tour which was very interestIng. The ...
Arrived in Gothenburg after a 6 hour long train ride, found our hotel and had dinner at their Italian restaurant InContro... Very tasty! Gothia cup (the world's largest youth football competition) was on at the time of our visit so our hotel was packed with 13-15 year old boys from all over the world... Zoe was in heaven *haha*
Friday was amusement park day... Gav and Zoe spent the ...
We are back in Gothenburg after a full day's touring of Stockholm. A beautiful combination of old and new buildings with the new ones looking particularly cool. We did a cruise "Under the Bridges" which took us under 17 bridges and through 2 locks. Stockholm is actually composed of 30,000 islands and we only saw a few of them. Then we walked a bit over cobblestones, visited the Museum of Modern Photography ( and ...
... named Baran also came with a visit so that we decided to meet up. He turned out to be absolutely crazy and cool, eventhough his beard wasn't blue anymore. It was him who invited us to join his hipster friends in the park, blowing these huge balloons, playing with maces and chilling out. That was super random and cuper awesome! We all tried it all and succeeded. We even got a little audience of random park visitors to applaud us :)
Eckerö is the land ...
... pronounced "YEW-lan") took us through rolling hills of wheat, barley, hay, rye, and soybean fields. In addition you could see the modern looking wind mills with their propellers each about 120 feet in length. We saw several large trucks carrying them on their beds down the highway. I’ll never understand this technology or the push to try to harness wind for power. There is no sound economical sense for this shift and in the process to go ...