Travel Blogs from Eskilstuna
... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.
... little hungry, so I attempted to find something to eat, if it wasn't the language barrier getting in my way, it was sticker shock. To give you an idea, 1 Canadian dollar is equivalent to approximately 6.30 Swedish Krona, so seeing price tags with 60 on it for a sandwich was a little overwhelming. I finally settles on a chicken wrap, for only 48 krona, what a steal!
I spent my time walking around the old town of Stockholm. Around 3 ...
... or at least in this part of Sweden, as the government changed the national post office. Instead you can buy postage and send packages from many stores, like Press or ICA.
If you are in Sweden during the winter months take a moment to try a Semla pastry. Sweden has amazing desserts, to go with Fika. Semla is whole wheat bun, filled with cardamom/almond paste, ...
... I kept her company and drank some more red wine!
Another luxury meal of homemade beef stroganoff with more wine was what we had that night, then we finished watching Moulin Rouge (singing along to every song of course) then we laid in bed and watched a few tv shows on my laptop. I feel asleep somewhere around 1 am, while Jessica finished watching season 1 of wake Brothers before calling it a night!
... to be around. But while we were hanging together, we used to have a lot of coffees from Macdonald's (damn) and not only it (even worse, but I had never come back to MC again, since I came back from Sweden). We found an amazing place close to river, where we liked to spend our afternoons, with that coffee, sun and talks.
In the very beginning of Erasmus my laptop crashed. Everything seemed so bad then, I really was depressed for few days, I was even ...
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