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... seems to be the case with Midsommars, their big summer holiday, as well. They have it figured out, the Swedes!
So Christoffer and I just chilled. I baked some chocolate cream puffs and sweet potato fries with left over sweet potatoes. We watched and abandoned several movies, including Bridget Jones´Diary and My Sassy Girl. We also played Christmas carols ad nauseum ...
... Would we like a credit? Really! Oh well, it was a good idea. We're feeling a bit out of touch. Still haven't had any WiFi, apart from a very brief spell at the Hermitage. We've talked to a few people using it (who all moaned about the cost), but they all seemed to be having problems - like being charged for 20 minutes instead of 6, or being on for 6 hours and not achieving anything!
It was a lovely relaxing day - we even played ...
... Dave for dinner. I head to the train station before realizing I can't remember the name if the city our hotel is located *and* the picture I took to help me remember is...yup...on my phone. Uh oh. Panic. Think! The city might've started with Salt. I search the maps & signs and find something that sorta looks familiar - I think. I weave my way through herds of people (it's rush hour now) and head to the I-hope-this-is-the-right-train train. Hop on and exhale. ...
... To our surprise just as they were finishing the rehearsal, they asked Ian if they could sing a special song to us. We just sat back with big grins on our faces & were absolutely thrilled to have this compliment.
Having had 9 weeks travelling on buses, boats and planes we were very happy to just relax for the next few days and enjoy not having to get up early. Ian & Aleks live in Sollentuna a modern suburb of Stockholm which is not ...
... spice was really getting to him. For the challenge, Sven had to eat the spiciest hot dog in under five minutes and if he finished within the time period, he had to wait until the full five minutes was up before he could wipe his face, spit, vomit, or drink anything. As difficult as it was... he finished! He was able to smile and pose with his newly won t-shirt amidst the burning of his eyes and mouth. Good job, Princess, Bill and I still remain to be so proud :)