Landvetter Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ourselves into a wine tasting in the dining room at 3pm. The wine tastings are quite enjoyable and informative, we enjoyed this one so much that we booked one for 2 days from now that includes food pairing and the tastings of $250 bottles of wine. After the wine tasting we decided to again go back our cabin and relax with a movie before our dinner reservations in the Crown Grill (thank you Liam ...
... started to blow at about 7pm. I went out for a great flat water (ish) session, really stacked on 5.7m, explored a few bays around and sailed until dark. It was tipping it down the next morning and the wind had fled so we continued up to a campsite near Uddevalla. The Scandinavian high tourist season is officially over today and our out-of-season camping cards are working again! The duvet came back out tonight, I was in my winter steamer wetsuit yesterday, Lib ...
... Donna is out, and off the ship. Our excursion today is to a couple of little fishing villages on the coastal islands, so our drive is mostly through countryside once outside of Gothenburg. I slept halfway there, because I'm exhausted. Also, our guide thought he needed to talk every moment we were on the bus. Very nice, but shut up already. This side of Sweden doesn't have that much to explain. After about an hour drive we made our first ...
... photoshooting, using Svenska-Engelska vocabulary and even biking! Everyone would. But that's not the story I will tell you about. When we were at home just about to leave to Erik's summer place, Erik told me not to take my swimming clothes as I wouldn't need those. I think I was more Estonian at the moment so that I couldn't figure out that it was nothing but a joke. Stupid me again, I know. The sense of humour came back to me only on a ferry carrying us from GBG ...
... sup> Century. It was built when this area came under Danish rule and the King would visit occasionally. Only some of the brick work is from the original structure much was added later with it became a prison.
An interesting curiosity is the old chemist shop. Dating from the late 1800’s the interior is much as it was originally built. Of course the merchandise is todays’.
Our overnight stops have been in rest areas ...