Landvetter Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... was evident everywhere we went, including a beautiful Lutheran Church, the inside of which was essentially an upside-down wooden Viking ship. While the day had started out bright and sunny, as the afternoon drew on, clouds rolled in. No rain, but grey and cool.
After a lengthy bus tour we boarded an open boat and took a tour -- this time with three guides (German, English, and Italian) -- through the canals of the city, and out into the harbor. ...
... mastering. We also went to the biggest 'cauldron' in Europe - an 8m diameter rock basin caused by swirling water. It was a little disappointing to be honest and actually looks better in the photo than it did in real life (so not worth the effort of coming out here just to see it if you were planning to). However, a very nice morning with the rain just about holding off. A bit of admin in the afternoon and we'll be heading off north and to the coast again ...
... with the way they stared at us. We did a quick walk through the rest of the dirty city and left.
Since it was too early to head to the train station we decided to do a random walk around the area of our hostel. Random walks = no map and no idea what is out there to see. We actually ended up walking by the city court house. Back in the day people were publicly executed out front of this place. Kind of creepy.
We got to the ...
... for dinner. We walked to a market to get the things we needed for dinner, there are tons of restaurants and such along the roads near us and we are close to a bus/tram stop. Today we don't have too much time to explore since it took a bit to get here, but we checked out the maps and made dinner. Tomorrow we we explore the city some and try to do some laundry before the first soccer game. Tomorrow is ...
... and statues, we have walked the whole of the city but the sun has been shining gloriously, the fresh air makes me feel revived. I feel slightly hot and shrug of my coat thinking wow it must be warm (albeit I do still have thermal layers on underneath). The Swedish say there is never bad weather, just poor clothing.
One of the statues holds quite a funny story, the reason we walked ourselves all the way to see it was that breezing over the lonely planet guide, I read ...