- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... being 30m/100ft down in the ocean... haha. All the colors are dampened, and people feed the monochromism by wearing dark, neutral colors. There was a beggar even on the commuter train. They are spreading rapidly despite their kids all having cancer! He was passing out laminated pieces of paper that told a story of his baby-- of course-- who has a cancer. This guy has clearly invested money in order to create these and also to purchase the expensive train ...
... to have to say farewell to.
The friend base we had in Uppsala was much different than Vienna, where we had, essentially, two large groups of friends (with a little overlap here and there). Sweden was much more disjointed, with many friends but little overlap outside of Jaclyn's SLU community. While it was great meeting so many different people, it also meant that keeping up with everyone was a bit more difficult, making our time here feel ...
... once-solid fish within to a soupy puddle of odorous, pulpy meat. Sara's immediate reaction: "I don't think that's edible."
Jason, however, was undeterred. "Well...I'm eating it," he said, confirming that the rest of us would likely follow suit regardless of how ill-advised the entire enterprise seemed at that point. And so, we took to assembling the meal, placing chunks of the surströmming atop tunnbröd ("thin bread") along with onions, ...
... you can get a fair bit done in a day, that is if you are willing to get up that early. My first big job was mowing the lawns, that are nearly half an acre in size and it took me two hours to do, with the rate of growth at the moment this will be a weekly job. We have decided against painting the house and instead decided to replace the barn roof, it's a big job as it is two stories high and is bigger than our Warwick house. The old roof has been removed and the new one is ...
... six hours for my next flight to Amsterdam. Most of that time was spent walking around the airport because my gate was not posted until around 12.
I have never been on a plane as big as the one to Amsterdam. I had thought the plane to Cuba was big. This thing was like a flying house, it was so big. All throughout the 8 hour flight we were offered dinner, breakfast, sandwiches, snacks and normal airline drinks. Because I didn't want to pay for anything in Amsterdam with ...