- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... of going to the UK was dumped when I realised that the weather was not all that good and that we had to do the driving on the left hand side with a left hand drive car. Overtaking trucks etc would have been hazardous. After deciding to give Eastern Europe a miss as well, we decided to head north into Scandinavia.
Gert drives a Lexus with an electric dual drive. Driving a car is not all that much of a joy for ...
... Goteburg. The scenary is nice - just like NZ except no sheep or cows so far, only crops; and the people are better looking. Heaps of green-ness, wildflowers and wind turbines also- awesome! The bus has wifi which is pretty sweet.
Arrived in Goteburg and had issues using the toilets cos we didnt have any swedish kroner yet and its cost 10kr :(
Arrived in Lindkoping finally at 9pm after a bus, train, bus, train, bus then car ride. What a day!
... without much alcohol but enjoyable moments.
I didn't want to retell all the details of the last two days in Sweden. On the contrary, I would like talk about people. It is them who made my trips so great and unforgettable. Besides the Abrahamsson, Ambjorn and Carine's family, the friends of different types. I met so many of them and I felt like the trip would be so empty without ...
... when the national song was sang. It was my first time to be in the church for something formal. I enjoyed the atmosphere a lot.
Then we were back to the school. Berit taught photography so her class was in the media faculty. I met her colleagues who were so nice to me. We had fika for sure. There was a little kitchen next to the classroom. Could imagine how Swedish people value fika! All the students dressed up, boys in suits ...
... first time. Ok, his younger brother Andrew was even more handsome:) Danniel's house was of normal size in my mind, so I felt more like "home". Erik said that usually Danneil's mom would cook for us, but that day she happened to be not at home. Unluckily, we didn't have a fika there.
It caused a problem to me because I didn't have a formal meal in two days. Erik asked me so far what did I miss most in China. I said RICE! ...