Quality Hotel Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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- Pets allowed
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... trailing off to the side... Interestingly, I could actually SEE what he was talking about! I could see the letters, then they also formed these shapes! Crazy. Then they replaced the papers, and he put his hands into a prayer pose with his eyes closed. Then he once again squatted and intensely stroked the brush left and right, into the paper and across it. Then tada! Applause. He said this one he wrote in English... TIME. He wanted all of the audience to see ...
... was quite spectacular and had loads of interesting information and detail. We lost each other a couple of times the place was so big. We got back on the bus and went to the Abba museum but decided not to go in as we thought we would have seen it all on the TV a hundred times over. It costs to go into everything here, in comparison to London where so many of the museums are free. We got back to the room and watched a bit of 'game of ...
Well here we r ... Up with Brendan...& off to discover Stockholm. We managed the flight and missing hours really well ...Brendan & work colleagues expected us to sleep most of the day but we were fine, up at 6.30am. Great weather 26 degrees.....walking & ...
... me for a fool but I think I surprised a few of them. One guy, wearing a back-to-front baseball cap like Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst, after staying with me to a showdown in a hand only to find I had him beaten, gave a slow respectful nod, like saying, "Nice, fella. Nice." And that old guy with the attitude? Yeah, he went out a long time before I did. I've seen that many times - an aggressive player builds up a large chip stack but they lose it just as quickly. I even picked up ...
... from the sea bed 333 years late. Being made of wood she was lucky in some way of sinking in Swedens waters as due to all the fresh water lakes the sea is not as salty as found elsewhere killing a particular sea worm that in normal circumstances would have certainly destroyed the ship, giving a rare chance to see in detail the carved ship with it's 700 sculptures and items from that period of time. Next as it was getting on late afternoon it was time to explore the Old ...