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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I mixed sliced sweet potatoes with olive oil, salt, cornstarch, and cayenne peppers, and baked them for 25 minutes (flipping half way through). The corn starch made the fries quite crispy! The burgers were very meaty and delicious as well! In the spirit of Thanksgiving weekend, we watched a family movie: Hunger Games 1. Good stuff! Oh yeah, this whole time I was wearing my new favorite sweater from H&M that has a pug with reindeer horns, haha! Last night I was ...
... hair combed back, denim button down and khaki jacket, big thick glasses, etc) came and started pointing at the bag and talking in Swedish. I wish I could say I understood him, but nope! He spoke pretty clearly, so I don't know. Anyway, Christoffer spoke back, and he made a gesture like it's all good. My interpretation was he left his bag of food here and went away, then came back to find his food gone and us sitting in his seats. Christoffer said he had ...
... a great group too with really nice, interesting people, many of whom were traveling solo for a few months. The French-Asian guy from yesterday told me about growing up in France as a French-Asian person, and I found it very interesting! His parents were apparently refugees and want him to marry an Asian when he feels 100%25 French. He hasn't even been to Asia. I guess it's kind of parallel to Asian-Americans, I suppose. There were also a guy from ...
... me to a arm wrestling match. After no challenge at all, I demanded he buy me a beer. In good spirit he did and we ended up conversing for the rest of the evening. Today we woke up and took a corporate visit to a Scandinavian hotel chain. We toured it while talking to the manager. After that our group split up and I went to the Vasa Museum. About 10 of us took a ferry over to ...
... once or twice, they decided to go for it. They also wanted to have 72 cannons - as an aside:
Interesting thing - did you know that around this time, because cannons were so expensive, a lot of ships had a variety of cannons with different size ammunition? To make it better, all of the cannon balls were usually mixed up in the lowest level of the ship. With all of the gunpowder, you wouldn't go down there with a blazing light, ...