- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Today is our last day. Sure wish we had more time here! We clean up, grab breakfast (least tasty meal thus far - so I didn't miss anything yesterday...hahaha!) then pack it up. Boo! We wait in the lobby for Lars and Casey to enjoy a BBQ at Lars' home (a 45-minute drive). We drive through Stockholm and get a tour - compliment of Lars. Again, wishing we had more time here - especially since ...
... traffic and stop lights. Chelsea had a pretty hard time keeping pace with everybody but it worked out great; I could hit it hard at the front while Brittany had an excuse to take it easy and keep Chelsea company. I have a whole new appreciation for bike tours and would definitely be up for doing it again. So many people get around on bikes as it is that you never feel out of place and we covered way more ground than we would've on foot. The guide taught us so much about ...
And I am going as a millionare!
Well, 200 USD equals approximately 4 million Dong, so technically I'm not lying.
One chilly morning in September I caught a glimpse of my face in the reflection of a window, it was a pale, tired face, with dead eyes. It reminded me of the expression "the lights are on but nobody's home". Or even better: "the wheel is ...
... and backpack, checking for a good spot on deck. He's also on his second beer half an hour into he journey-if the plan is to spend what he saved on a cabin on beer he may not have many more to go. Once we moved off my curiosity at whether I'd have the cabin to myself was too great and I took myself downstairs, and that way met Andy, the Aussie who lives in Helsinki, and Kendo, the Japanese who is visiting there en route to London. Social hour was good, and enough for me so ...
... all of 1 stop, but were getting tired at this stage. Sat and had a couple of drinks, chatting to a Dutch banker who was surprisingly interesting. Back to the apartment to drop things off and freshen up, then back to Gamla Stan to go to Vapiano for dinner. I'd been there several times on previous trips and really liked it, so wanted to show Caitie the concept. She loved it -as did I again. pasta meals cooked in front of ...