Park Inn by Radisson Uppsala
Travel Blogs from Uppsala
... the fish is far worse than the actual taste. Still, it's advised not to consume surströmming by itself. There's a traditional process involving the incorporation of several other ingredients, presumably to make the whole experience a bit more palatable. Fortunately, we had an experienced Swede, Sara, on hand to provide step-by-step instructions.
As we all convened on a lawn outside Jason's dorm (and a fair distance from the nearest building), ...
... the forrest. All the volunteers were dressed in period dress which was lovely. Travis and Owen got to go in the engine for a look which was awesome. Owen had such a wonderful time as did his Grandad. I am sure they will both be talking about it for years to come. Well today is our last day in Sweden so we have been busy mowing lawn and planting another tree ect. The kids have just gone into town to stock up on a few things before Travis goes back to Africa the same day we ...
Now that I finally have internet in my room, I can sit down and write! These last nine days have been exciting, long, scarey, somewhat stressful and filled with way. too. much. walking. Although nine days does not sound like a long time, I will start my story from the beginning.
Getting here went as smoothly as flying through four countries in two continents can be. Woke up at the beautiful hour of three am PST on the 21st of August so that I could spend some last time with my ...
... We ended walking to the Uppsala Domkyrka, which is an amazing cathedral from the 13th century. Luckily it was open to visitors, so we spent over an hour inside walking around.A 10 SEK donation is asked, and was gladly given. With it you can take a pamphlet that explains each chapel and different areas of interest. This is where St. Erik and St. Bridget are both buried, as well as other important figures from Sweden's long history. The cathedral also ...
... to complete the circle via our own power....and we did! We arrived at the pendletåg at 4:30....we had left the train this morning at 10:30...it was a great day and a wonderful walk!
Here's a link to our original walking route...we started at marker 20 and did a overland route from marker 9 to 4....it didn't turn out to be shorter...but it was more adventurous!
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed