Scandic Linkoping West
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... though, that Sweden lost to Germany. They have been brilliant throughout and it has been great chatting to the Swedes (mainly in coffee shops!) about how well they are playing & how much I wanted them to win (after England crashed out, obviously).
After grabbing a coffee I walked along the industrial water works towards the centre of the city & found a lovely stream and play area so ...
... a look around at all the local amenities (coffee shops, an idea of possible potential running routes for me, you know the important things). Off to the railway station they went to buy a ticket. Easy, right? Wrong! Well, the getting to the station bit was easy, the buying of the tickets part was less so. It started well enough, they went to the ticket machine and pressed what they thought were all the right buttons - I say "thought", the machine was ...
... what time Ju & Lisa got in, although I doubt it was too late as they were fresh as daisies the next morning at breakfast.
I lazed around the apartment for most of the day, did a spot of washing, reading & biscuit eating - you know, those things that you do when you're tired and have a big night ahead. Ju & Lisa strolled off to Gamla for a spot of historical tourism before getting ready for the match and heading to Storatorget and to ...
... me. But then Hole 5 seemed to be the making of me. After spending many minutes wading (barefooted, obviously) in the water to rescue my ball at Hole 4, and then doing exactly the same thing after being incapable of chipping my ball over a little stream at the start of Hole 5, I seemed to channel the skills of a less rubbish mini golfer. Ju & Lisa both had a tough time on that hole which allowed me a chance to claw back some of the gap that was beginning to ...
... shared living area. But it was the whole of the top floor. The penthouse, if you will. 2 double bedrooms. Each one with a bathroom, a sitting area, eating area and kitchen area. They are HUGE!! (Pictures will follow eventually) After a while of tired umming and ahhing about who would have which room, we hauled the cases up (in several trips in the hiss) and settled on Lis & I sharing the apartment with the larger kitchen & Ju having the more nest-like ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility