Lisberg July 10

Before we left for the United Kingdom, we spent the day with Camilla, Anders and Leia at Lisberg’s Amusement Park in Goteborg.  Great fun in the rain!  We stayed at Hotel Gothia, a snazzy dazzy hotel directly across from Lisberg.  The breakfast buffet is to die for.

The view from our hotel window.  (just checked our visa balance and life WILL not include good wine and Toblerone chocolate once we return home!)

The view from our hotel window. (note: just checked our visa balance and life WILL not include good drink and Toblerone chocolate once we return home!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I chose not to do this one! The roller is Balder, completely wood and awesome.  Ask to see the photo sometime!  The Kannon, another roller coaster, went from 0-70 km an hour in two and a half seconds.

I chose not to do this one! Not pictured is the roller coaster called Balder, made of wood and awesome. Ask to see the photo of the Meads on Balder sometime! The Kannon, another roller coaster, went from 0-70 km an hour in two and a half seconds.

Camilla won a large chocolate for Leia.

Camilla won a large chocolate for Leia.

Kurt, the man.  Ring the bell, All the way to the top.  He could choose between Uncle Sam and a Russian soldier.

Kurt, the man. Ring the bell, all the way to the top. He could choose between Uncle Sam and a Russian soldier.

This statue is in in honour of someone, just can't remember who...

This statue is in in honour of someone, just can't remember who...

Grown men cried on the Swedish radio when they talked about Michael Jackson.  Michael's hands and signature at Lisberg.

Grown men cried on the Swedish radio when they talked about Michael Jackson. Michael's hands and signature at Lisberg.

The Lisberg bunny!  We left on Saturday, July 11th for the United Kingdom.  Anders drove us to the airport and it was as exciting and hair raising as the roller coaster at Lisberg.

The Lisberg bunny! We left on Saturday, July 11th for the United Kingdom. Anders drove us to the airport and the car ride to the airport was as exciting and hair raising as the roller coaster at Lisberg.

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