Grand Hotel Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... arrival into an industrial area of the city, filled with factories and oil storage tanks. We later learned this was the "Port of Scandinavia" and, not surprisingly, it is the largest seaport in Scandinavia. We could not see the city from our dock, and later learned that cruise ships are too tall to pass under the main bridge into town, forcing us hence to the industrial port. Interestingly enough, we docked directly in front of the headquarters for ...
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... ethereal to street punk. Really incredible! Afterward we collected our luggage and made our way to the train station to catch the train to our next stop. Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden and lies on the west coast, all the way across the country from Stockholm. The train itself was very modern and clean, and in just about three hours we arrived at our destination. The area surrounding the station seemed very busy and was ...
... down and went to Subway, yes, you heard that right, we went to Subway! It was cheap, easy to get to, and didn't take all night. Afterward, we found the grocery store and did some light shopping. For 250SEK (Swedish Krona) ($37) we got beer for both of us, cheese and crackers, cookies, and other stuff. All ready for our road trip tomorrow to the countryside. Now we won't have to find an expensive place to ...