Park Inn by Radisson Uppsala
Travel Blogs from Uppsala
... emerges, nauseating all within reach. It's like canned Pepe Le Pew. Hell, the name translates as "soured herring" (which I suppose would be another red flag for those who speak Swedish).
Some Swedes we've met here have admitted to never even trying surströmming (their response usually paired with a scrunching of the nose). Others respond more favorably, in degrees varying from "indifference" to "enthusiasm." Being a willing consumer ...
... of vases of lovely flowers and two beautiful candelabras with the candles burning. All of a sudden I thought this is a bit strange looks more like a wedding! Then it dawned on me that's exactly what it was! Sara and Travis were taking their vows! You could have knocked us both over with a feather I was gobbled smacked. The papers we had signed were the witness papers to their wedding, the kids had been planning this for sometime. None of the guests coming to the BBQ ...
... s refusal to make any stage of the process electronic. It's the reason we had to drive all the way to DC to visit their embassy (at which point they told us our applications were incomplete, and we'd have to come back Monday--a day after we were planning to return to NC), and it's the reason we had to visit MA-35 over and over again after arriving in Vienna. The DMV may be the most hellish apocalyptic wasteland in the world, but MA-35 gives it a run for its ...
Visited Castle hill yesterday, Hannah loved the cannons best! They were trained on the Cathedral to keep the Archbishop in line, and the King in power. The archbishop must have behaved because the Cathedral is still intact! Then we headed to the Botanic Gardens where we found a bust of Carl ...
... I needed to stay low to the ground, walking through a harvested rapes field and the adventure of wondering if there was an unfordable stream ahead.
Our "road less traveled" route was an adventure but we arrived safe and tired in Vallentuna where our route was again paved walkways, but this time through quiet residential areas. We still had about 3 KM to reach our starting point and while the passing buses were tempting, we ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed