Spar Hotel Majorna
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... a set Tasting Menu is available each night and we saw the price of it, Jerry started to give me the evil eye. He is not an adventurous eater and he sunk deeper and deeper into his seat as the waiter listed the evening dishes, like "Baked chicken liver with crunchy mushrooms and chicken cracker, with sour Jerusalem artichoke marmalade and dried plums."
Jerry doesn't eat any of those things, and every course ...
... and as depressed as the situation left us, we have inevitably reached the point of acceptance ... of these insane Scandinavian prices!!! Through food, you can live another country's culture and understand its citizens, and it's one of the most underrated aspects of travel. Normally, enjoying the local cuisine as much as possible is the number one item on our travel agenda, but the high prices here have discouraged us from doing so ... until today! Not only ...
If you've read my latest entries, you should know that I got myself a new pair of snowboarding pants. Today, I decided black was way too boring and went with yellow instead ;)
So there you have it, I am now officially representing Sweden hehe.
Oh and a little tease of what's to come, I've ...
... the shopping center in search for a Garmin GPS thing. We found one at the local shopping area called Nordsan Centre, and got it for a decent price. The challenge is asking questions and understanding how to answer them. Oh, and also the credit card machine...you swipe the card but don't know when to hit next, sign, or enter your pin if you need too.
Since dinner was ridiculously expensive last night, ...
... lunch out of the way, we began wandering once again. We started walking through an area that we later learned is called Haga. The buildings are small, but the a lot of the architecture is at least 200 years old. There are small shops and marketplaces, and it seems like a tiny, 19th century village in the middle of a modern city. While in Haga, we looked down a side street and saw a massive, steep stair case. Naturally, we checked it out.
When we got to the base ...