Scandic Jarva Krog
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... established physics professor from CalTech served as a science consultant, so even though a lot of the science in the movie seem loopy and out there, I guess they started out with existing scientific theories and foundation, rather than just grabbing things from space.
Oh yes, and we made a raspberry pie using Anneli's recipe. Really buttery and slightly acidic, but overall, delicious!!!
I cannot believe I am leaving tomorrow. Ahhh trying not to be too ...
... them for free for 2 hours! I can rent for free obviously :p). We walked over to Kungsträgården.. So much Christmas spirits in the air! But uhoh, we didn't hear any jolly Christmas music as we approached the site. Turns out, they were redoing the ice. It didn't take too long, but kids were antsy to get on the ice and the driver had to honk at them several times to get off the ice. Christoffer has had knee injuries before and shied away ...
... finished the book "Gone Girl"! 555 pages in 3 days. Not bad! There were many turns that left me gasping. I really liked it-- I'm not one for crime thrillers and such, but it was goood. I picked out a new book that's supposed to be similar called "This is Where I Leave You" (can't italicizes on my phone, so quotation marks will have to do). I'll read it on my bus rides to and from these obscure airports I'll be ...
... was a snowboarding competition at Sergels torg, a big shopping area... They covered it with fake snow. How crazy is that! They had a DJ and everything! Afterwards, I met up with Anneli and Victoria, the Swedish mother daughter duo. They told me they were at Espresso House in Konserthus at Hörtorget, which sounds very specific, but there are more Espresso Houses here than H&Ms... Anyway I ended up finding the right ...
... a view of the Promenade deck below us. This deck was used to enter and exit the ship. It also had all the trinket shops, duty free shopping, and junk food. So the deck was always busy. But with sealed windows, and drapes for nighttime, we heard nothing.
Following breakfast, we manned the deck to watch ...