Clarion Hotel Gillet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Hotel Gillet Uppsala
There was first an issue with the room. Bad information from Expedia. The room was just an enhanced single room but not a real double bed room. We had to pay an extra 200 kr for a real
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... a bit of time out and catch up on housekeeping etc,. Need to do that every now and then.
On the way we stopped at Sigtuna (founded in 980), the second oldest town in Sweden after Birka. Right on Lake Malaren, Sigtuna's main street is lined ...
... time "Merry Christmas to... from..." Then we went around and opened presents. Christoffer's family was so sweet and gave me several presents!! Gunilla remembered me looking longingly at a pair of white mittens at a store when we first met, and actually knitted me a beautiful, fluffy pair that looked like it! I absolutely love it! On the gift tag, she wrote "from: Mrs. Litzell" since I told her about how it's weird for me to call elders by their first names. I thought it was ...
... collectors of vintage American vehicles of the 1950s. There must have been a rally in the area as we saw scores of big old Chevys, Cadillacs, Ford Fairlanes, Buicks, Plymouths with long fins, a few trucks, and even an Edsel convertible. Very amazing and amusing to see in rural Sweden! As I finish this, we are in a waiting lounge at Arlanda, the Stockholm Airport, preparing for the long "sit" to SFO via a short hop to Copenhagen. See you ...
... to town. My feet were exhausted so I headed back to the hotel while John went on to see more burial mounds in another location. I did a little shopping across from the hotel and then had a massage at the Thai Massage place behind our hotel. We then went out for dinner to a Taco place around the corner. I had the Chilli, which was nice but not like my old restaurant ...
... and others) who had managed to cram themselves into the area. There were so many people there, I felt like they had to be waiting on something, like a concert or a sporting event.
"Are they doing something?" I asked. "I mean, is something supposed to happen?"
"I think this...this is it," Jaclyn replied. It was like tailgating for nothing, as though "spring" itself were headlining Coachella instead of, you know, a band.
Unwilling to stew in that pit of ...