BEST WESTERN Gustaf Wasa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that no one really takes, 'cept for me not to be nowhere, when the early morning breaks." I finally seemed to understand my favorite musicians lyrics, Tallest Man on earth, who lives 20 minutes from where we were staying. Everyone in my class seemed to embrace this idea, and we all went on long walks alone to enjoy being in a place of real beauty.
I am really thankful for this trip, not only for the amazing facilities that ...
... to need to have any more work done on it. Looked towards Sweden hoping for some slightly better luck.
Lake Siljan was a bit out of the way but was well worth the trip and made for a relaxing weekend, camping, swimming and kayaking. Avoided the temptation to spend a day at the water park, but drove around the gorgeous villages around the lake, populated with typical bright red ...
... group of people whom are old friends together, something I really miss in London. Though these experiences and spending time with old friends like Andrea make me realise I really cannot leave Europe yet!!
After some serious gourmet barbecuing, think asparagus wrapped in bacon, everyone enjoyed
wine leading to more and more singing! The boys led the way with the guitars! My idea of conservative Swedes were totally ruined by sex themed ...
Midsummer is the biggest event on the Swedish calendar, Andrea's local village spent all morning making preparations across the street for the villages celebrations. Marquees and outdoor BBQs could be seen in yards everywhere.
We drove to another village to visit Per, a friend of Andreas who was on exchange in Sydney, visiting us in Geelong one time.
Andrea's family, drove from Stockholm to bring ...
... but somehow I could follow along
roughly, language always amazes me as to how context, gestures and some
similarities in words can support communication; power of the unspoken
We walked into the centre of the village to watch the
raising of the May pole, which traditionally celebrates fertility and
midsummer. Niklas very wittily asked 'How many ho's does it take to
raise a pole' as the volunteers all shouted 'hey-ho' ...