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... days. We are all extremely excited and can't wait for tomorrow morning when our trip officially starts. After dinner we went out to meet some of the dogs - they are absolutely adorable and much smaller than I had imagined. Most are pure-bred Siberian Huskies, but some are mix breeds. Apparently the mix breeds are stronger and have more endurance, but fare less well in extreme cold weather.
We fell asleep with the howls of huskies guiding us to dreamland.
... This road was a total nightmare and with all the rain the bike was slipping all over the place in the mud.
At first I was plodding along at no more than about 25mph but before long my confidence grew and I was managing about 40mph.
Of course as per usual on these kind of roads they tend to dip away at the edges and so I tended or at least tried to stay in the centre of the road. Now and again the odd car would come towards me and I would have to ...
... again I went straight to bag drop and left my case in.
I then had to rush through security - although I would have had plenty of time as I had almost an hour after leaving my bag off. I arrived at the gate and had to wait 25 minutes to board.
Thankfully the flight itself was uneventful although when got home the weather was horrendous - strong winds and heavy rain.
... the city and the airport every 20 minutes, but the domestic terminal at Stockholm airport could definitely have been better organised. We had to line up multiple times (even though we checked in online) and every Scandinavian airlines flight had to line up at the same counter with the cue nearly going out the airport, luckily we got there early!
After a one and a half hour flight and a $75 Ten minute taxi ride (yep they are that expensive up here ...
... of wild reindeers, sped up to 80km/hr on a frozen river and reached the Ice Hotel well ahead of schedule. We wandered around the hotel, which is made completely of ice and snow, called "snice". The hotel will be melted down in May and a new one will be built around October time. The key attractions is the building made completely of ice and the artistic ice sculptures and decorations in each room. There are basic rooms but the luxury suites all have a name and ...