Scandic Uppsala North
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... spoken and written Swedish better, and I can now express basic ideas using my vocabulary which is growing by the hour. I have also learned a lot about Swedish culture, history, mannerism, and such underrated elements that are important when learning a foreign language. I still have a long way before attaining fluency, but at least I can "get around" and hold simple conversations. My course ...
... the alcohol. They date back to the pagan side of this holiday.
The night frolics of the other students provided more entertainment than a hazy night of alcohol could provide, so I stayed pretty sober. I watched as the street urchins made their way along every back ally collecting the discarded cans to fund their next month’s grocery runs. I took a late night stroll through the garbage filled wasteland of the usually pristine park. I observed the ...
... on the beach and saw a lot of kids swimming. So, I thought swimming is one the most common things kids do. At around 2 p.m., I went to the wildlife park and saw a lot of wildlife such as the Eurasian Lynx, some Wolverines, and an Artic Fox. After I got done with the wildlife park, I went out to eat at a fancy resturant called, The Pink Flamingo. On the menu, they a specific section marked off for come of the most common ...
... Ana, I mean we were five young girls off on a "road trip," driving down a dark country road. We drove down a long drive of a house with all of the lights off to a place where we parked the car. I think that we can all say that we have seen this movie either with or without the snow. You could almost picture someone coming out of the house either with a shot gun or with an invitation to come in and get warm. We said that if we had to run that we would have to stay together and ...
As a communication student, it is constantly being pointed out that people are connected more now than they have ever been before. However, people are also loosing communication skills. This sort of sounds like and oxy-moron, but from my own recent experiences I can say that this is true.
Facebook, e-mail, Skype and one text message is how I try to stay connected with my expansive family that lives in a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed