Stora Hotellet Umeň
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and many other dishes..some a bit mysterious to my palette. The counters were groaning under the weight of this feast...and our stomach would do the same soon enough.
We assembled around the long table to join in singing a Christmas toast and dig into all of this special Christmas food.
A special thank you to Camilla and Lars for hosting our gathering and of course to Fredrik and Pia for including us in the family celebration. It was a very good Jul!
... t seen our teacher since Wednesday.
Our students are afraid to talk to us or ask us questions, so if they have any they will ask a teacher in Swedish to ask us in English. I wish they would talk to us more! They just look at us a lot during instruction. Instruction is also all in Swedish, so we have no idea what's going on. We can't really help because we the students don't know how to ask us their questions in English. It's more difficult ...
... the old wood.
We drove down the road to the next village to meet Eva Hertzberg. Eva is related through my great grandfather Petter (Per) Erickson. Petter's youngest sister, Katarina Charlotta Ersdotter, is Eva's great grandmother. Katarina's daughter Olga Rosina Pettersson is Eva's father Sven's mother. Eva's father's name is Sven Hilding Hertzberg. Olga died when Sven was 2 years old. ...
... the houses, which we thought we’d seen the bulk of yesterday, in fact went the other way as well ie south, for a considerable distance. At the start of the road, there is a large building that presumably was once something to do with the timber industry, now it is a museum and in its’ grounds, it has a miniature village, or to be accurate, a small collection of miniature houses. Then ,walking down the street southwards, we counted 22 of these ...
... carbon footprint, sustainable living, good produce. Yet, there is a heaviness about them which is difficult to place. They almost-ok they never-start a conversation with you, or with each other it seems. I sat on a train for 3.5 hours on the way up here (their trains are absolutely perfect as well, by the way, electric, comfortable, fast) and I saw no one even utter a word to one another, even though they sat right together in seats ...