Solna Hotell & Vandrarhem
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... spaces, seriously everyone looking at me Le lah!! Then the flight steward was also looking around to find an empty space for me to store my luggage. And he found an empty space, at row 12, but I'm sitting at row 20!! Freaking scared someone take wrong luggage again sia. Happened twice already!!! First time I noticed so it's okay. Second time Seetoh saw it Heng ah!! I havnt hook anything on my bag to make it differentiable yet. **** man. Let's pray NO ONE takes my luggage ...
Oh my god, tonight was awesome!! After two failed attempts to make pie crust from scratch (why is it so crumbly!?) and stinging bite of leftover spaghetti that was left over for a reason, I decided to check out Hötorgethallen, the underground market next to the subway station and movie theater in the big square. They had little flyers promising music, SAMPLES, cook book signing, and more that I was not able to immediately translate. There were torches lit outside the entrance and ...
... not as good... I got a kropkaka (meatbun) with lingonberries and apple pieces for the main dish, and the dough was undercooked and lingonberries were too bitter and acidic. The camera crew moved about diligently filming and interviewing people. It was actually kind of nerve wrecking!! They came to our table and we went silent... haha. Then towards the end, they came and interviewed me!! I felt like I should stick with my Korean persona since they were asking people to say stuff ...
... He wrote `chut ma um`, which translates to something like first mind/thought? He said to enjoy my experience with an open, fresh mind. It was so amazing! He event stamped with with his autograph stamp thing. After that my roommate and I navigated around the museum to find the special exhibits. There were pieces on the third floor in the Korean art section, and also some by the cafe on the main floor. They were very neat!!! Like, they seemed very abstract, but ...
... into second place. The score also netted Lars about 600 SEK (gambling on sporting events and many other things is legal in Sweden)
We left the stadium in high spirits and walk a short distance to Lotta's apartment for dinner.
It was a great afternoon and we were home just in time to watch the World Cup Bronze match on TV!!!!
I'm not able to upload photos right now but hope to soon!