Quality Hotel Globe
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... I also tried crisp bread, which is another stable. It kinda reminded me of a stale rice cake. I think I'll stick to normal bread. I did like the cucumber with the meatball though.
Today we spent the day traveling again. Everything went smoothly. We got back to campus around 6:30 pm. Next weekend we aren't traveling, which will give me time to get all of the work I have due in the next couple weeks done.
... as we tour through the various exhibits. Once we resign ourselves to the fact that we'll never qualify for the big Prize we decide to head outside again for the Palace. It has actually stopped raining and even though it's still a little overcast, the rain holds off for the rest of the day.
The Royal Palace contains the usual collection of Royal Chapel, Treasury, meeting and reception rooms as well as an enormous collection ...
... was fabulous - all islands and water and then patches of rich farm land, precision cut crop lines and tidy, ordered and neat rows, houses and sheds....and yes we were that low we could see all that! Can I remember Stockholm airport??? another long walk to get our bags, another no customs stop and another hunt for a taxi. Well we found him...the absolute taxi driver from EEEEE-RACK. I thought he was great, full of information and within minutes he had appointed himself tour guide and ...
... lasted more than a block or two. Many had a nasty habit of dumping cyclists out just in time for the intersection (which is where they need protection the most!). They also seem to follow the North American road construction model: preserve car lanes, permit bicycle and pedestrian ways if possible... but don't hurt yourself trying).
Surprisingly, the bike lanes were hardly empty though. Lots of people (of all ...
... pews/seats had a closing. There was nobody else around, so I played the piano for a bit before heading out. I went back to the hostel, unpacked, and met some new travelers who asked the same three questions ("Where are you from?" "How long are you going to be here?" "How long are you traveling for?"). Not sure what I will be doing tomorrow and Thursday. Maybe I should just sit around and chill for once :p I somehow managed to leave my phone charger and adapter on the ship (I ...