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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... into a major hitch when we got to the Gothenburg airport. The promised Volvo taxi pickup was nowhere to be found. We ended up taking a cab into town (75-80mph all the way). All the cabs are Volvos, so are the buses, and probably most private cars. It’s a real company town.
Luckily, the hotel had our reservations. It’s a nice, big, modern Radisson Hotel near the city center. We’ll do some exploring ...
... sure what I wanted, I figured I'd take something you can adjust on the fly!
Yesterday I went off and bought myself a pair of new boots, ended up with Burton Ion boots. No particular reason really, they felt good on my feet, a little tight maybe but I'm sure they will adapt with a few days off riding.
So uh, I seem to be all set for Canada, and man am I excited!
Have a good one!
21 days out!
... paddle and the water is warmer than it was before.
On Monday we catch the bus to Gothenburg a very busy city but I found rather unremarkable. The shopping precinct was the same as many others around the world. What I did like were the old trams running through the city. Bus tickets have to be purchased before catching a bus or tram and your card swiped as drivers do not carry cash.
We have a pleasant and warm time back ...
This week in Halmstad has been a wonderful break from the chaos of our trip, but as nice as it's been, I have to say that I already miss the spontaneity and frantic planning that comes with this kind of busy travel. Living residentially, having parents again, sitting down and watching TV, slipping back into that old familiar pattern was ...
... be announced for the train to Alvesta and then wait there until nearly time to board because the platform level is very cold and windy. The weather is cold and overcast but not raining. We board the train and settle into our seats. There are very few passengers in first class confirming to us that swedish rail use the compulsory booking system as a way to make more money. As the train leaves at 08:37 we are served a small breakfast by the carriage attendant ...