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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... tournament. Might of had a little break down/ tear in the shower after this. To finish the day we had the opening ceremony. I was still in a pretty pooey mood but I tried to enjoy it. I didn't take any photos (sorry friend) but I will find some on Facebook when I get home for you :) wouldn't call it a very special ceremony- most of it was in Swedish although it was very cool to see a few thousand people pack out the town square for it. Today was one of those days I really needed you ...
... two Tourist Information offices. One sent us to a place called "The Phone Store", which took us into a huge massive indoor shopping mall called Nordstan, filled with about 200 stores. Even though it was a weekday during normal work day hours, the place was jammed with people, including many obviously from the Mideast, judging by the women wearing headcoverings.
The Phone Store sales people said they ...
... one to say the least. Since I returned on Monday, I have been playing catch-up with some school work and taking care of some other things, which I'll mention in a later post about some of the challenges of living in France. I am excited that we already have a one week break from school after today, so I will be backpacking through the UK with three friends! We will be starting in Cardiff, Wales and then make our way to London, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Glasgow! ...
... i must get a new phone right away. I use it for navigation, and all my contacts/phone nrs etc are in it. After a few stops I find one at Elgiganten Uddevalla. 4700 kr. Awesome. I manage to get to the ferry from Gothenburg-Kiel just in time. Pretty nice little cabin, a few bars. I really enjoyed that beer. Distance covered: 350 km Total distance so far: 1000 ...
... than it should have been, but it's been strange, too. It's a bit like we've been spending our time in a blonder version of our hometown, going to the beach, mini-golfing, shopping, hanging out around the house. Sweden certainly has its own culture, but the similarities it bears to beachy, suburban America are endless. Today, Eloise and ...