Scandic Jarva Krog
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... was (because I really need to find that burgundy dress in my size), and she thought I said ATM.. I had to type out H&M on my phone and show her. It's just called HM here in Sweden, and they pronounce H and M in their way.
H&M was located in an indoor mall called Västermalmsgallerian. I went there and checked out a lot of other clothing shops. I practiced my Swedish by asking stuff like, "Does this come in another color?" "Do you have ...
... it's getting exciting, and then walked around looking for food. There are lots of people wandering the streets and it has loads of places to it. We decided on curry and ate in a food court, which was ok. The food seemed to be fairly expensive, however not so in the supermarkets. There is a real focus on healthy eating and the aisles look very different to an Australian supermarket. There are as many juice and smoothy bars as coffee shops. ...
... Sandhamn as a base from 1886, using the gardens of the customs house for their meetings until they’d built a large club house ten years later. This remained their club house until 1982, when they sold it and it is now a restaurant, essentially unchanged apart from function and it was immediately outside it that we were directed to berth by one of the marina staff. Apparently, we were extremely fortunate to have a berth so quickly, the norm is for boats to be kept waiting ...
... Their cheering section was at the opposite end from our seats and eventually I realized there were no seats there, instead railings between rows. The fans stand and cheer for the entire match. I can't imagine how anyone can shout and jump for that amount of time...but their spirit is unrelenting!
It was a great match between AIK (3rd place in league) and the team from Kalmar (2nd place). AIK won the match 3-0 ...
... to German Protestantism for centuries and undergone renewed phases of architectural renovation since the Middle Ages. First built in 1465 as a parish church on the Spree River it was only finally completed in 1905 under the last German Kaiser -Wilhelm II. Damaged during the Second World War it remained closed during the GDR years and reopened after restoration in 1993. Heavily damaged during the war, closed until 1993, cycles of ...