Scandic Hotel Opalen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... broom", which for this part, helps with stability while curling. So to put it all together, the curler must create momentum squatting on the hack to propel yourself and the rock forward before releasing the rock to slide down the alley. And the only support you have is your broom laid on the ground. You can imagine how crucial balance is to this sport and it was definitely a struggle the first few attempts! After the curler releases the rock, there are ...
... as equally adventurous as this driver only knew two speeds, flat out and stop. Once, the driver hit the brakes so hard that an older lady fell on the floor. Just as we got off the bus and before we got on the ship there was a little stall. Nothing took our fancy.
Today was a bit different as we had to be back on board by lunch time. Tomorrow Geoff and I are doing separate tours…that will be interesting.
Tomorrow Berlin, ...
Last weekend, I traveled to the very industrial and nautical city of Gothenburg with Medha! I enjoyed my time in Sweden a lot because it felt like a mini-vacation from Paris. I think this is because it was my first international trip since I have been living in France. It was really nice to experience a completely unique culture that it is not well known or celebrated in the US. Although I have been to Sweden once before (specifically, the capital city of Stockholm) ...
... and his career and creations over several decades. Throughout the very large exhibit they used mannequins with faces made from a material that looked like hosiery on which they had projected computer-generated faces that talked, hummed, sang songs, etc., bringing a creepy life-like aspect to the mannequins. The range of garments he created was incredible, using all kinds of materials, bending gender rules all over the place and ...
... which was reasonable, so we did not have a heart attack at the end.
It's only an hour flight to Gdansk in Poland. When we touched down it was drizzling a bit, but we had to walk from the plane to the terminal. As if on cue, when the plane doors opened it absolutely poured down especially for us passengers. About a 50 metre walk and we were soaked. Wizzair had included a shuttle to take us into Gdansk which dropped ...