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... further down the lane. There job is to sweep the ice in front of the sliding rock to make the rock slide farther. And finally the "house" or goal at the end of the alley. It looks like a bulls eye and basically you want your rock to be closer to the middle than the other teams. And thats how ya curl!
Later we went walking around, saw a museum, and ate lunch but nothing noteworthy enough to make this blog any longer. I'm exhausted from writing..bye!
Monday 1 September (Gothenberg) The ship docked in the container terminal which is approx 30 mins from the city and was sailing at 1.30 pm. With nothing of note to see in the town we decided a nice relaxing day on the ship. The city was a fortified settlement in the 1600's and has some canals through the city and is a major fishing harbour. Kelly enjoyed the morning in ...
... very impressed by the Swedish people and their lifestyle. Here's why: As soon as we landed at the airport and saw the signs in Swedish, I wandered how we were possibly going to find our way around. Swedish is a far fall from the romance languages where you can guess what some words mean and actually be right - the average street name had about 15 letters in it! For example, our hostel address was Linneplatsens 8 (the house number appears after the street and ...
... ethereal to street punk. Really incredible! Afterward we collected our luggage and made our way to the train station to catch the train to our next stop. Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden and lies on the west coast, all the way across the country from Stockholm. The train itself was very modern and clean, and in just about three hours we arrived at our destination. The area surrounding the station seemed very busy and was ...
... near the old town in front of the Mercure hotel. It was still raining and nobody was very clear with direction on how far the old town was, so we took another cab to our hotel. As it turned out it was within walking distance. The fare came to 35 Zloty, and the cabbie thought that because I handed him a 50, this should be his tip. I went into the hotel and got change from the desk and gave him 35. He didn't look very happy.