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... the Industrial Area for a proper explore of the history of the area. I started off in the Arbetets Museum, which is the working history of the city, recording the history of manufacturing through the 1900s. It was all really fascinating, especially how they continually changed the outlook & living style of the whole city to become closer and closer to being the Manchester of Sweden (which is honestly what they were aiming for). I then spent a couple of ...
... gives you a round of applause. I'd wanted to finish a run under there since we first arrived. Job done :-D (https://vine.co/v/hm3zaK2VJ0F)
Lisa & Ju went on a bigger adventure than me (they actually managed to leave the apartment, and not just for a 2.5mile run!) and went looking for a boat ride somewhere nearby. They checked out Tourist Information, only to be told that the Kinda Kanal boat ride was closed at the weekends. (This took ...
... back to the apartments for showers and a change of clothes, we headed out to New York Legends bar to watch the football (last group B games) and meet up with the rest of the Swedish contingency. We got there just as the games were heading into the last 15mins or so. We hadn't noticed that they all kicked off at 6pm, as opposed to the 8.30pm kick offs of the night before and for our games the following day. Nevertheless, we ordered some food (theclassic burger is amazing, ...
... and fancied an early(ish) night. A double helping of salad and a little online catch up with social media later, Lis and Ju came home. We had a quick catch up of our days and then off to bed I went.
Then there was Monday.
We had planned the day so we had a little day out together followed by a spot of food with Her & Hubby and then off to the stadium to watch the match.
We strolled to the park I was at yesterday, and then checked ...
... stairs and meet her up there. (Yes, we could have carried the cases up the stairs, but it was hot. And we were tired!) Then it was a little stroll (over the cobbles & passed the Casey Stoney Euros poster - photo eventually!) to our hotel.
We had booked a suite with 2 bedrooms & a living area. When we checked in we were told by the lady on reception (who's English wasn't all that great) that we had 2 double rooms. That were on the top floor of ...
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