Rygerfjord Hotel and Hostel
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... of a Dog at Night or something. The teacher first read a blog post by the author defending himself that he never said he was an expert in autism or that the book was about it. Then she read a Huffington Post oped about a father of an autistic child who criticized the author for using asperger's to sell his novels at the asperger's community's expense. She then asked students what they thought. She also went over the upcoming test and monologue assignment, where the students have ...
... a Canadian guy who spent 3 weeks there, so they gave me some decent tips on how to do London on a budget, hah. I will have to go there for a few days as to not overstay in the Shengen area.
Daniel said I can pretty much come on any Wednesday, as long as it's not fully booked, and usually they have left overs anyway (like last week). Woohoo! But the dish has zero vegetables, so I don't think I should make it my main diet.
... or swift flowing rivers but enjoyable all the same. We arrived on time in Stockholm at 9.25pm and easily found the Radisson Blu Waterside Hotel. Because we missed dinner we made do with a club sandwich, a glass of Pinot and a Tullamore Dew on the rocks...Heaven I found out today that my two grand kids, Harry & Cristal each earned a Merit Certificate at school...well done..I am so proud of them and miss them too To bed now ...it's 11.15 and a new (old) town to explore tomorrow More soon ...
... had. After dinner we went to the early show in the theater. The show was “The International Music Event” featuring the ship’s orchestra, and some of the other musical groups on the ship performing music from countries around the world. We went to the “Princess Pop Star” competition (basically karaoke), but there was only one singer. We called it a night fairly early, as we have another port tomorrow.
Tomorrow: Finland, where silence is ...
... Stockholm searching for a Stellplatz for the night. We even tried a campsite but the smell of cooking wafting from the kitchens drove us away. So, now parked on an old piece of road behind a motorway service station on the E18 north of Stockholm, not ideal but something the Swedes tell us is OK. Food consumed, no alcohol taken in case we need to move on but with the potential of some sleep after about 380 miles covered ...