Scandic Hotel Star Sollentuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I went to Centralbadet today. It was so relaxing as usual! (Well, it's only my second time, but yeah). The hostel has gone back to its low season status as of today, so hopefully it's quiet tonight! Unni and I looked up when the sun sets in northern Sweden, and it said it set at 1:18pm today. After rising at 9am. And it's only November, so... ...
... many and what kinds of people come here. The sun now sets at 5pm. The day light saving ended on Sunday here, and the clock was turned back an hour. So the sun rises earlier but also sets earlier... It's a tad strange to see little kids outside playing football when it's dark. Maybe kids here grow up being used to lurking around and playing in the dark..! I finished the McDonalds book. It wasn't too ...
I dragged 4 bags full of beer cans to Coop to get my recycling money. I got 83 kr ($14) this time!! I got some vegetables and salmon with the money, woohoo. I dropped off the goods at the hostel and went out to check out Myrorna, a discount store chain in Sweden. I heard good things about it. Well, it was basically a Good Will without furniture. I think some locations carry furniture. The ...
... better the game is!) and generally had a very relaxing time. Our hosts were (no idea of spelling here) Goran and Anke Lundgren with their kids Christopher (27), Daniel (25) and Hannah (20). Wonderful Swedish hosts! As we drove to Stockholm on Monday, Jim couldn't help noticing that almost every farmyard had a blue and yellow flag flying...So many Parramatta supporters!
Lunch was actually pretty cool because I asked the nice tour guide where to go and she recommended a nice lunch place called Stockholms Stadsmission. All proceeds from the meals go to the homeless improvement efforts (meals, job skills, etc.) For those familiar with San Francisco, the equivalent is Delancy Street Restaurant/Foundation which for example teaches people skills in the restaurant and moving company to be able to get ...