BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Mektagonen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... decay ever since a fire in 1708 ravaged through most of the building. Our final stop before reaching Göteborg was the small village of Granna. Granna is known for producing polkagris, a hard peppermint candy similar to candy canes. Taking LP's advice, we dropped in a small cafe called Fiket where I ordered a slice of lingonberry tart. Well played LP...it was delicious. Back on the road once more, and with rain beginning to fall heavily, we reached ...
... you can use it during summertime. People is what I like most about the place, they are the diamonds of my life, that's why I decided to write about Gothenburg people that made my staying there perfect.
I had met some of these people before in St Pete, but many of them were met by me for the first time. I could judge about all the Swedish people from them I guess. Swedes are perfect in English. However, if ...
... to the worst.
That evening we were tempted to have a meal in the restaurant in the marina but the prices were such that we felt that we couldn’t justify going there twice and we planned our first meal with Jeff & Greta Layton, our next guests, there next Monday when they join us for a week. Consequently we had a meal on board, consisting of barbecued chicken brought from the supermarket and salad and had an hour’s ...
... with loads of spuds (two ways - boiled and potato bake style with onions, anchovies and cream) and even more schnapps. Oh and I forgot about the meatballs. It sounds amazing but that schnapps is not easy drinking... Picture sculling Vodka Straight, except a little harsher, maybe some nail polish remover added in for good luck. Either way, we did it some justice before it became too much. Also throughout Lunch, its a time to sing songs then ...
... find it OK being used to living in a tent, however many people might find it claustrophobic. The hostel does have a kitchen for residents to use so we go to a local supermarket and buy some food that we can cook in the kitchen (and also make a very late lunch as we had not eaten since breakfast and the breakfast on the train). The Hostel has free wifi with a good speed so we check email, etc. Soon it is time to make dinner, do some blog entries and go to bed.