Scandic Skelleftea City
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... different sights that we would not have on our own. So we walked our feet off!!!! Spice bazars, palaces, ferry ride, mosques, and churches. . . our favourite being a little 'museum', originally a church,later turned into a mosque and now under restoration as they uncover all the beautiful Christian tile mosaics of bible stories hidden underneath layers of plaster from its mosque era. It was not one of the main tourist ...
Continuing on and north. Another long drive today made longer by the many slow speed zones. We stopped half way in Umea and ate bread and ham and cheese by the wide river. A glorious warm sunny day. Everyone out enjoying it all. There was a small market in the Main Street so had a look at that then continued on. The scenery today through pine forests with pretty lakes everywhere and ...
... A tactic that ultimately leads to a messy midnight stand-off with my boss in the theatre, one on one with eight in the middle, mostly leaning towards the one that unfortunately isn't me.
Well, hey, you know artists. We're always lurching between good and evil, mood swinging violently between dizzy euphoria and scraping the barrel depression: Nothing getting drunk on my own in the library won't be a temporary solution for.
After a peaceful night we carried on, on the E8 until we crossed back into Finland again at Pello. We were hoping to find a Lidl and do some cheaper shopping in Euros and get some cheaper diesel.
Soon after Pello we crossed ...
Today was our last full day in Sweden. The time went by so fast and I would have loved to stay here longer. We had class at the University for a few hours where we presented our projects about our schools here in Sweden. It was interesting to hear about the similarities and differences between the schools. As in the United States, each school is unique in its own way but it is also very different. Here is the link to Lisa, Alexa, and my presentation ...