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... toasts another in Sweden: you clink your glasses, say Skoal!, look at each other, take a sip, then look at each other. Fran and I practiced this religiously with wine glasses of water.
When the young lithe blonde waitress asked for our drink orders, Jan from Portland asked "Do you have lemonade?"
"Then I'll have lemonade."
"Would you like apple or orange?"
From the friendly Anne I also learned there's a lovely boat ...
... a Clarion and a lot cheaper than many of the downtown hotels we checked out online. Not only that, but in addition to the traditional breakfast included in the price, it offers what was described online as a light supper, served until 9pm.
We made it with an hour to spare, and found a bountiful buffet of soup, meat, vegetables, various yogurts, hearty breads, guacamole, and fruits. Needless to say, we didn't need to go out and find a restaurant for dinner.
... with a plane on it but quickly after, we passed the airport! I asked Medha, "How did we miss the stop? We have been paying attention to all of them!" Well, it turns out that we were looking for Save Station when it was actually called Save Flagplatsvag so we didn't realize we were there! We junped off at the next stop literally in the middle of nowhere. We had to wait another 20 minutes for the bus to return so all we could do was laugh about the situation we were ...
... castle. We knew it was closed but were crossing our fingers we would still be able to drive up to it. We didn't see any gates so up we drove. The groundskeepers were out and gave us the stink eye when we pulled up next to them. Then we realized that the big red sign with a car and "X" through it meant we probably shouldn't have been driving there. Oopsies. No harm done. And we got to see the cool castle place. It was also on the coast so it was ...
... we ventured into the rainforest section where monkeys and birds roamed free. The monkeys were very curious and got very close to us--it was really neat! We even got to see sharks and touch sting rays!
For lunch, they took us to Heaven 23--a very nice restaurant located at the top of a skyscraper. They call it "Heaven 23" because the restaurant takes up the entire top floor, is surrounded in windows, and you can see a beautiful view ...