Spar Hotel Majorna
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... rail systems and is doing a great job, as seen by the popularity and value of its service.
We arrived at the seaside port city of Goteberg and walked the few hundred meters to our hotel, in driving rain and howling wind...a little reminder of what we have been missing back home perhaps? Anyway, it's only water so we unpacked our backpacks, (as we decided to travel light rather than bring everything for only a few days), then found a great affordable ...
Monday 1 September (Gothenberg) The ship docked in the container terminal which is approx 30 mins from the city and was sailing at 1.30 pm. With nothing of note to see in the town we decided a nice relaxing day on the ship. The city was a fortified settlement in the 1600's and has some canals through the city and is a major fishing harbour. Kelly enjoyed the morning in ...
Last weekend, I traveled to the very industrial and nautical city of Gothenburg with Medha! I enjoyed my time in Sweden a lot because it felt like a mini-vacation from Paris. I think this is because it was my first international trip since I have been living in France. It was really nice to experience a completely unique culture that it is not well known or celebrated in the US. Although I have been to Sweden once before (specifically, the capital city of Stockholm) ...
... a music contest, we're going to head to sleep and get ready for a full day tomorrow. We land in Germany around 9am local time (1am, Boise) and will begin our next adventure. Tonight is the last night we have a place planned to stay at so there is certainly more excitement ahead.
PS: Our car rocks and I love roundabouts more than I did yesterday.
PPS: I don't have a good enough wifi connection to upload pics. They will come tomorrow, maybe. ...
... Now, the area is mostly residential and home to many cafes.
On the other side of the Haga District there was a very steep hill leading up to the Skansen Kronan, built in 1687 to protect Gothenburg from the Danes; however, the fortlet has never been used. The hardest part about reaching the Skansen Kronan was the fact that the steep stairs leading up to it had iced over almost entirely. After watching another pair of ...