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... was evident everywhere we went, including a beautiful Lutheran Church, the inside of which was essentially an upside-down wooden Viking ship. While the day had started out bright and sunny, as the afternoon drew on, clouds rolled in. No rain, but grey and cool.
After a lengthy bus tour we boarded an open boat and took a tour -- this time with three guides (German, English, and Italian) -- through the canals of the city, and out into the harbor. ...
... decay ever since a fire in 1708 ravaged through most of the building. Our final stop before reaching Göteborg was the small village of Granna. Granna is known for producing polkagris, a hard peppermint candy similar to candy canes. Taking LP's advice, we dropped in a small cafe called Fiket where I ordered a slice of lingonberry tart. Well played LP...it was delicious. Back on the road once more, and with rain beginning to fall heavily, we reached ...
If you've read my latest entries, you should know that I got myself a new pair of snowboarding pants. Today, I decided black was way too boring and went with yellow instead ;)
So there you have it, I am now officially representing Sweden hehe.
Oh and a little tease of what's to come, I've ...
... and leave as usual early on Tuesday morning back on the E6 down to Helsingborg to catch the ferry to Helsingor in Denmark. Going up we had driven from Copenhagen to Malmo over the bridge. This time we decided to catch the ferry and enter Copenhagen from the north. The journey took only 20 minutes from leaving the harbour one side and driving off the other side. Just time for a snack!
The weather was beautifully warm and quite ...
... were started with a swedish tradition... A speech and some schnapps, Loz and I skooled (scull in English) the schnapps...apparently you just sip it. Virgins exposed straight up... Anyway, a lot of herring was dished up (I am not just talking about one kind of herring. There was herring in vinegar, herring in mayonnaise, herring with mustard, herring with chilli, herring with egg and a thousand other varieties that I have no idea what it was ...