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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Hotel Grand Kristianstad
The hotel was clean and adequate, however the internet was not connecting and there was no parking as indicated on the booking. Overnight parking on the street was possible.
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... lacking, so he must be called Oscar for some other sort of star performances. What he can produce is hefty antlers, and there were a number in the exhibition you can pick up. The heftiest one was over 20Kg!
Having had a enough of watching Oscar in the rain, we drove on to Hoor in the heavy rain - just for a change.
Finishing up our stay in Kristianstad was a low-key weekend. We spent the day Saturday with our host families, seeing the area, shopping or relaxing. In the evening we gathered again at the home of host family Lena and Sten Persson for a lovely dinner. The food was delicious and we had a great time chatting with everyone. After dinner someone brought out the Playstation and we spent ...
... She told us that on a Friday night you had to be 18 but on a Saturday you had to be 20 to go out in her town.
Our first full day was a relaxing day, we hung around her house after a sleep in and then she drove us to the beach because the weather was good, the beach was full of super skinny blondes who thought that the 25 degree weather was roasting. After a few hours sun baking, we went to a nearby town where the Absolut ...
... time that the winter decided to be nice and wet, and all they could think of, cooped up in that caravan trying to stay warm and cook was how they wanted to put their feet up. Mud covered everything, but you couldn’t clean it as what you were cleaning with was muddy, and just walking away would soon bring the mud back in.
They also mention the Earthquake Sweden had recently. It was late at night and Maria felt it at her place. She remembers her ...
... of nail to basic food needs. As the place has grown, the vehicles frequenting it have also expanded in size. Now it is not uncommon to see a two trailer truck hurtling down the road past my house, not using engine brakes as requested by the signs, squealing ever so slightly as it makes the corner.
Today I shall make the journey to the sea on foot. The map is kind of in my head from last night, but from past experience this may be less than suitable. Oh well, ...