Scandic Uppsala North
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... began dropping very quickly (although it's stabilized back at fall-ish temperatures for the moment). Also, I had no idea how much closer the sun would be up here. Going outdoors at midday is essentially a standoff between my eyes and our planet's closest star, and one that my eyes always lose. The sun feels like that angry one from Super Mario Bros. 3.
Still, within 24 hours, I had already located an amazing bar teeming with imports (and learned of ...
... beautiful Baroque Castle, where we looked through the State Apartments. the rooms were almost completely furnished, complete with jewellery, crockery, weapons etc.
The corridors had marble tiled floors and painted wooden ceilings and wall panels. I particulary liked their early central heating in each room - much warmer than ...
... back with a coffee free of charge.. you meet some great people in the strangest of places.
Went back to Triumph shop for 10.00 and met Bengt on his customised Triumph America, very cool and he has a brother who is an award winning custom bike builder..
Picked up some chain lube and brake cleaner and cleaned and lubed the chain, had a another free coffee from the bike shop and then we decided to go for a short ride to ...
... exactly supporting anyone, although the team that I began rooting for did win in the end.
We had a good vantage point up high at the top of the bleachers, however that could change at any moment depending on if someone stepped in front of me, because, and this was the strangest part, when you watch bandy you stand. This may be why the sport is not that popular in the states, you have to put effort into watching the game. Literally for two segments of ...
... last place we went was a location that I had been to as an exchange student, the lake outside of town. Had there been a chance of lights this place would have been a perfect location, dark and clear. The lake was sort of this vast dark area ahead of us and the outer rim of the lake was frozen so that the snow had collected on it. Susanne said that it looked like the end of the world and that if you walked to the edge of the snow you would fall off. None of us tried it, but it was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking