Park Inn by Radisson Solna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Hi! I'm at the Stockholm University library again. Yesterday was a relaxing day with yoga and vegetarian cooking. We made veggie Pad Thai (arguably the most popular Thai noodle dish) and really healthy and filling "cookies" made out of mashed bananas, oatmeal, shredded coconut, and chocolate whey protein powder. I ran on the trail near Christoffer's apartment in the morning, and it was spectacular! I could see the sunrise and understood why people run in the wee hours. We are at ...
... br> There may have been a few frustrating moments when we arrived...we decided on a cab from the airport as it seemed easiest at 8pm after along day.Well that was an experience in itself but we arrived safely to our destination. After a few phonecalls to our hosts we had the key code and floor we were meant to be on...lets just say everyone was silent about the time I had made the third call as I could not remember the door code ...
... although I've read and been told otherwise). Also, there are many "Face2Face" events, which apparently means the DIRECTOR of the movie attends the screening and has a Q&A afterwards. I feel that this is a big deal and should be highlighted and starred, but it was difficult to quickly find which screenings have that. I feel that if I-- without my above average interest in the film festival and a lot of spare time-- am confused about these details, ...
Today started off as a lazy day once again. It was raining, which tends to make many guests hole up in the hostel. There is a Russia vs Sweden Eurocup qualifier game today, so a bunch of Russians and some Swedes are staying at the hostel. I can't remember if I wrote about it yesterday, but the Russians were getting wasted and taking over the sauna and sauntering around with just towels around their waists. According ...
... torrential rain, with strikes of forked lightning every few minutes. The road flash flooded, and I had to be careful not to ride in the indentations left by the tires of thousands of cars or the displaced water would spray up and saturate my boots. In about fifteen minutes, I popped out the other side of the storm, the cloud cover evaporated and the road became completely dry. I pulled up at the hostel with wet legs and a dripping jacket. I found ...