First Hotel Plaza
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... It was here where she settled to raise her family. This strong, independent woman was decades before her time. She always lived independently but never did learn how to drive car. In to her 80’s, Grandma Sig raised African Violets. She took out an ad in The Kitchen Klatter and soon she was walking her African Violets down to the Post Office and shipping them all over the Midwest. She had quite a mail order business going!
... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.
... then went to a cafe in town to have our afternoon fika, a Swedish word to describe taking a break to have a coffee and snack. We tried one of the traditional Swedish snack of a "chocolate ball" which is exactly as it sounds, a ball of chocolate rolled in coconut.
We had a relaxing night to prepare for our next day in Stockholm, made dinner in her residence, hung out with some of her friends and got a tour of inside her university.
... really interesting walking by the river is that there is a flock of ducks that hang out there. People feed them, but I always think "Silly ducks, you are supposed to fly south for the winter!"
Djäkneberget park is located on the highest hill in Västerås, which is not huge when compared to the hills in Seattle or Fitchburg, but it will still give you a great view of the city. I went right after it had snowed, so it was something out of ...
... ones. All people drinking, dancing and in the morning wondering where did the last night go? Easy as it is. No need to explain, especially for ones, who experienced that!
By time I met more amazing people, that I became friends with. In the clubs, I usually got compliments, how beautiful my hair is. That's how I came friends with Croatian Nina, and after we had very secret adventures. She used to live in Hulphers (very center of the city) so I ended up ...