Park Inn by Radisson Uppsala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... really put everyone on an equal level. We walked over to Stora Torget, or the big square, and met up with his sister, who was shockingly wearing a non-black jacket. It was white so it falls into the monochromatic palette, but still, I thought that was quite badass of her, haha! We first checked out Rådhuset, an old building that is now a mall that was of a similar caliber as Nordstrom. Like old buildings in central Stockholm, this one was ...
... with again.
But if there's one thing we've learned from this whole experience, it's that the world isn't nearly as big as it seems. So we say goodbyes to everyone here, but I sincerely hope they're more like "auf wiedersehen"s. Our door (when we finally have one again) is always open, even if it is 4,000 miles away. And maybe we'll find ourselves back in Sweden one day. I'd hate to think I've seen the spires of Uppsala domkyrka for the last ...
... a byproduct of Jason's non-refrigerated fermentation procedure) and every burp for the next day or so was accompanied by a pungent reminder of the fish's smell, but it was something many of us were more than willing to take a second bite of.
I'm glad we were able to try this Swedish...delicacy? Is that the word? Maybe not, but I'm sort of glad we'll be missing out on the actual surströmming season in August. I can't imagine what this town will smell ...
... onto the lake today and found that the outboard motor was u/s. This wind was strong and they drifted a fair way from the dock and had to row back, good exercise I guess. Just realised that it's Mother's Day in Sweden tomorrow, Rhonda is lucky she is getting to double dip this year. I'm outside writing this and just realised I will have to mow the lawns tomorrow, bugger. I have added some photo's for you, the ones of the house from the top of the barn were taken at 9.30pm, ...
... was strange seeing my first billboard in Europe, and having it be in English. I was told later that it is common in airports for many things to be in English and the native language of the area. That makes sense, but it is still strange
At this point I had been 'traveling' for around 21 hours, and still had a two hour flight and an hour bus to get to Uppsala. I was surprising lucid and wasn't going crazy from the lack of sleep. Originally I had planned to sleep on the plane, ...