Nordkalotten Hotel Konferens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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# of beers: 62
# of monies found: 9.81 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs, 11 Czech Republic Korunas, 5 Croatian Lipas, 2 Hungarian Fillers (no longer in use), 10 Romanian lei, 1.01 UK Pounds, ...
... being my princesses, for being excited with me, for being scared with me, for dancing with me, for sharing moments of pure creativity with me, for exchanging music and alcohol, for finding happiness in getting lost with me, for accepting me in my most vulnerable state, for dubbing me the "Ultimate *****", for helping me shop for shoes, for talking me out of buying expensive pants, for fascinating me and making me feel fascinating in turn, ...
... 4) Active Lifestyle
This is by far my favorite thing about Sweden. Everyone is so outdoorsy. In the Midwest, it's considered a bit uncommon for people to go climbing, hiking, bouldering, fishing, camping, etc. every weekend. I've actually met quite a few people back home who do make this their lifestyle, but the point that I am trying to make is that these activities are more common in Sweden. Fitness is not a competition, being active is a way of life. People go out ...
... given a healthy meal with a deliciously diverse salad bar, freshly baked bread, chicken poached in a light cream sauce, and for dessert, a wildberry crumble with vanilla cream. Europeans do they like their cream. Needless to say, we left the tour happily full and ready for a nap.
That same weekend, LURC hosted a themed Welcome Dinner for all of the exchange students. Per the theme, we had to dress up as Swedish icons, so after our lunch at the Kulturens Hus, I did ...
... I need to go (and the tires are thick for when the snow comes!). Once I had my bike, the problem that I now faced was getting back to my flat. I'm so turned around in Luleň. Everything is very spread out and I'm never certain which direction is north so maps are not the most helpful.
It's a weirdly calm feeling to be lost in a foreign country by yourself. There have been many moments where I feel I should be scared or stressing out, but I've never reached ...