Scandic Linkoping City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... started out innocently enough with the viewing of the film that we filmed and a bunch of songs. The party then moved out into an empty buildings in what seemed like the middle of nowhere that we rented for the occasion. There was tons of food and of course lots of alcohol. The theme was perfect. And nothing says kids party than a food fight. I can't believe it took me 24 years to partake in a food fight but it did. It was so ...
... I managed to keep really busy. Thursday and Friday were spent filming our short film for the thank you party we are having for all the wonderful older students who have helped us these past couple months. This involved all kinds of dressing up and running around in the woods and the tunnels connecting different part of the campus/hospital. On Friday night my roommate had some friends over for dinner and invited me to join them. My roommate had made a delicious dinner for everyone and ...
So anyone who knows me or has spent any amount of time with me at all since January 2015 knows that my love for being an EMT really has no boundaries. It could almost be considered an ones soon. As a certified EMT, I was able to get my fix either at work or teaching at the EMT school. Since moving to Sweden my drug of choice has been withheld and am going through what I call EMT withdrawal. While my schoolwork benefits ...
... regular gym... Decisions, decisions... In other news I finally have somewhere to live that's isn't a couch! I am happily moved in to a room I am renting in an apartment and so far so good. The guy I am renting the room from is a third semester student in the medical program and has been super patient and helpful in answering all my questions, especially when it comes to textbooks. Unlike in the ...
... in the world. So there! After that, we dropped by the ruins of a C12 monastery founded by the Cistercian monks from France. We then drove along the coastline through an eco park, to get to some Iron Age burial sites. The first one was not so well maintained, but the next one had 24 huge stones in the shape of a ship. Originally it was thought to be where pagan judges held their trials, but later archaeological evidence showed it was also a pagan grave area. Tomorrow, off to ...