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... also had lunch at Max, the local fast food chain in Norway. It was okay. more of a burger king than a Mac Donald's.
We returned back to the hostel checked in and went went to a super market. We hired some cooking utensils and then cooked up some dinner.
after this we cleaned up and went to bed
Tuesday 2nd September ...
... to have quite a lot of such stores here.
The mall had McDonald, Burger King type of eateries which we really did not want to go. Then Bob found a couple of restaurants that looked decent, so we went into one called "Castello" which seemed to be an Italian restaurant. Bob ordered a beef dish which was not quite the kind he liked - kind of well done and I did not think it tasted that great. I ordered a fish dish that the waiter recommended which turned out to be monk fish. It ...
... So cute.
Got to the park, walked around and saw the sculptures, took a few photos. Quite a lot of tourists there. On the walk back, we were looking at the map trying to figure out where to go. A very kind Norwegian young man stopped to ask if we needed help, and told us where to go. It turned out the area where we walked on the way to the park was indeed a very nice area. We chose to walk on the main shopping street on the way back, stopping at one of the cafes ...
... walks, we climbed back up the hill and took advantage of the free sauna at the hotel. I think that's one of those things that must be ticked off in life – sauna in Stockholm. In fact, we both liked how much Monday went that we repeated the dose Tuesday – two walks and a sauna. On Tuesday evening we ventured to a traditional Swedish pub and we had quite possibly the best night of food ordering in our whole ...
... it did help me avoid someone trying to sell me on something.) "Skrakendeutsch?" 'Uh...' "Oh, you're not Norwegian?" 'No.' "Have a great trip!" '...' But anyways, on with my entry into the country. The visa entry person then began asking me questions about my trip, which I know is a totally normal thing, but I completely forgot about it. Everyone else had breezed right through but here I was taking forever, and this was the start of my nervousness. Afterwards I went down to the ...