Scandic Jarva Krog
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... said that the "menu" was just a single item - Swedish meatballs with baked potato - and that it was nothing special. When I got to the restaurant I found out it wasn't 100 kroner it was 120 kroner, and that pushed me over the limit - I wasn't interested anymore. Instead I went to a place called "Max Burger" which is a fast food type restaurant done "Swedish Style". Specifically, you can order using a funky touch screen - pay by credit card - and it prints ...
... 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 ...
... that almost without exception, they run behind schedule. I mean the season here is at most, 3 months. That means that they could have demolished their old building in September and still had 8 months to build a new one in. How long does it take??
So the next option was a small harbour, not far away, called Djurönäset. Just one point, there are dozens of harbours in this area, it’s just that not many have washing machines. Anyway, I called ...
This is our first time flying Norwegian and I wasn't sure what to expect. I was so worried Chelsea would overpack that I even paid extra so we could check bags, which makes me cringe to think about. Turns out her pack was the smallest out of the three! I still haven't figured that one out yet but kudos to her for bruising my ego :) The plane was brand new and had all kinds of fancy features. They even have you watch a five minute video about how amazing it is before you take off. ...
... Just things like that make it seem a bit ahead of everyone else.
All this cleanliness and futurism comes at a price. This place is expensive. A ride on the metro costs $5. Burgers for 2 of us a the local MAX burger chain was $30. The cab fare from the airport was $80. Not exactly sure how people afford to live here but plenty do. And it's an easy city to enjoy, and we enjoyed our time here.