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... called Smorgasteriet and that's what I want to tell you about.
Smorgasteriet is a tiny place, with maybe 6 tables and reservations required. I was seated on a backless wood stool facing Jerry on a wood bench, our table maybe 3 inches from a nice couple from Australia. It was highly ranked on Trip Advisor but our Concierge had not heard of it and our cabbie could not at first find it.
Once the waiter explained ...
... We'll just have a picnic!
The sun was beginning to set on our walk back to Ibis. Since its a ship, we walked along the water. There are so many great ships, including one that looks like a pirate ship. Awesome area of town! And we got some great photos!
There are more bikes than there are cars. You just check one out for 5 krona (SEK) and ride around to do your thing. Then drop it off at ...
... ve become very interested in.
We got a quick lunch at a fast food stand after the museum. We walked around some more, and before we knew it we were losing day light. So we took a stroll through the Slottsskogen, which is positively beautiful. We also happened upon the open air zoo, or at least a part of it. Apparently, the animals are spread out all over the park. But we found seals, which was obviously awesome. They swam around and were adorable, then we ...
... The sound of the band was fine, maybe even enjoyable, but it was impossible to get past the way these guys looked and danced. Several times during the show I heard people stifling laughter and caught myself doing the same. Too bad because they actually sounded pretty good I thought. And then was Andrew Bird who put on a fantastic show, although sitting in a church pew for hours is torture on my back. I was happy to walk home ...
... to arrive at 1:57 pm which is only a little over an hour before sunset.
The ride on the second train was interesting gazing at the scenic snow-covered rolling landscape. We rode along the southern shore of Sweden's second largest lake called Vattern. We made about ten stops or so and one was in Huskvarna, the home of famous Swedish products ranging from chain saws to sewing machines.
At 1:57 pm sharp the train pulled into the Gothenburg Central ...