Scandic Skelleftea City
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... alley, but tame and cool and everybody smiling. The entrance to the park has relaxing music playing as you arrive, much like the toilets and showers at the campsite. Excellent models, plenty of room and things to see and do. The rides were cool, and themed around lego adventures.
It was a bloody cold and windy day. One of our lasting memories of Scandanavia will be seeing children from babes in arms (well sit up prams actually) to teenagers ...
... with wheels and a long handle
Math questions for my wonderful students back in Wisconsin:
- If Miss B. was awake from 12:00 AM to 4:00 AM, how many hours was Miss B. awake?
- Miss B. moved into her hostel on March 20th and will stay there until April 1st. How many nights will Miss B. stay at the hostel?
... dinner. We found a restaurant called Allstar that was open and served American cuisine. After lunch, we explored the downtown area. We went into many different stores and shops. Unexpectedly, it began to snow and the snow looked like dippin' dots! After exploring, we were all exhausted (we had barely slept in 36 hours) so went back to the hostel, relaxed, and went to bed ...
... the tennis club and golf course. It is a lovely location and I expect we will enjoy a few sets and rounds when we visit in the summer.
The we drove a short distance to have lunch with their good friends, Sirpa and Eje. A special veggie lunch was served and then we enjoy getting to know them better while watching the all too early sunset over the Baltic sea, just a few meters from their beautiful home.
It was ...
... Mouse, Snow White, Cinderella, Goofy, Pluto and Lady and the Tramp. The program is a collection of classic short cartoon stories. It is meant to occupy the little ones while they wait for the arrival of Tomten (Santa Claus to some of us).
Darkness settles early in northern Sweden and the children began their vigil for Tomten. All eyes were focused on the woods behind the house....a torch in the distance would signal his approach.