Sastaholm Hotell & Konferens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... and Joakim the owner... in Swedish!! I'm quite proud, so I'm posting here. I left in a few mistakes because they are kind of funny and cute, I think :p It's really too bad I've given up on trying to verbally communicate in Swedish during this trip. Listening to regular conversations is soo hard for me, and that's like the most important component for me. I need to take a class for that or something. Maybe in the future if I ever decide to come back and work ...
Finally, I am off work. I've been working non-stop since getting back from London, ugh. I mean, don't get me wrong! They've been pleasant evenings/nights for the most part! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving!! Plans to do something with my American coworkers kind of fell apart because Birka, the apartment with an oven, got booked out, and Daniel, the American receptionist, kind of didn't follow through. I didn't want to do Thanksgiving dinner with them so badly that I was going to ...
So we were to decorate the cafe today with all the stuff we bought yesterday. I have no idea why, but my roommate totally did not help out and watched TV all evening. I didn't feel like forcing her after reminding her like 3 times, so I started putting up stuff. It looked pretty good! I'll need to finish tomorrow. Then I went to Honeycomb, a sweets shop at the ...
... librarian was very helpful! Why are people being so extra friendly today, I don't know.
The language cafe wasn't an actual cafe, but a meeting in a conference room. There were 2 Swedish teachers and 7 of us learners. People were from Asia, Africa, and Finland, and all seemed to have been here for at least 8 months. The Finnish girl has been here for 1 month, but she said she's been learning Swedish and was pretty good! This group was quite ...
... cramped buildings, hearing of overworked/high tax paying locals and not being able to find a bottle shop (or a can of beer above 3.5% alcohol volume) for love nor money. A two-night stay in Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city and the home of Volvo, Scandinavian metal and thousands of students (one of the biggest university towns in all of the Nordic countries) had us experiencing our first comfy Eurail train journey to get there and a sense of a more laid back, multicultural ...