Quality Hotel Winn
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... certainly not great.
After lunch, we wandered next door through a large gift shop filled with Volvo-branded clothes and gift items. I consulted my currency converter, and was shocked to see that some jackets were priced at more than $400.
By now, it was seriously raining. We returned to the hotel, packed, and caught a cab to Gothenburg- Landvetter Airport.
Even though Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city, with ...
... that the timetable said the bus comes once an HOUR and we needed tickets beforehand! Luckily, we only had to wait 25 minutes and the driver did not ask for our tickets. As we drove past the town and into farmland I kept looking over at Medha and could tell we were both thinking, "Where are we?" I knew the stop we needed but not what it looked like because we wrrived at the airport Fridqy night when it was dark outside. After twenty minutes I was so happy to ...
... game, and it should be a great time. The dorm rooms are nice, it's a little entrance way that splits into two rooms, one to each side, and the beds have a little curtain you can pull closed to have some privacy while you sleep. The lockers are very large so it doesn't make all the noise possible to slide your bag in and out. Since we are here for two days it's not as rushed to have it all together ...
... statue had caused uproar due to the size of his gigantic manhood. As we arrived and saw nothing but a chipolata we turned back to the trusty guide. As we read on and followed instructions to walk the steps and view from a certain angle, it had in fact caused such turmoil that the giant penis had been transformed into a giant fish and the sculptor replaced the 23 ft statue of Poseidon with a much less impressive little tool.
That evening, I dine on Sweden’s ...
Arrived at Saras place in Gothenburg, she has a cute lil apartment near the city centre. Went for a walk around the city (in the rain of course..) and bought a giant cinamon bun (yum).
Lots of cafes everywhere - Swedish people do a lot of coffee and cake and and hanging out in cafes which is choice. The coffee is really good here so Im ...