Archipelago Hostel Old Town
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... quite a fascinating building that seemed to have a lot of purpose and function for the people of Stockholm and I'm glad we stubbled upon it!
I'll be posting Part 2 later today (hopefully)
Fun Fact: Sweden has much more immigrants than Denmark does despite both being geographically close, Scandinavian, and a welfare state. I've been learning about this in my Social Capital and Culture class and I noticed it during my weekend trip as well, which was nice to compare! ...
... a full spa onboard, so we sprung for that for another $60. That included an hour and a half of sauna and hot tubbing and steam rooms while watching the islands go by. It was amazing and one one of the best forms of transportation I’ve ever taken.
The food at the buffet was delicious and I stocked up on the local specialties: pickled herring and gravad lax (salted and sugared salmon) and the ever present meatballs. There’s too much to mention, but Deanne ...
Mama mia we are in Stockholm. As we approach there are hundreds of beautiful little islands with holiday houses. It looks like a beautiful day ahead. We are visiting the Vasa museum to see the restoration of the Vasa which sunk 500 metres from it's launching in the 17th ...
Once again, we stumbled into a town during a festival of some sorts. E got to see a fun parade and a little carnival for kids where the rides are old 1930 types with hand cranking for the rides. The kids were loving it. Also went to some flea markets and walked around the town again with a stop for coffee and wifi at Wayne's. Love this ...
... warm, hooded ponchos and gloves to go in the bar, which was completely made of ice! The floors were not ice. That would be dangerous. But, the walls were solid ice, with fun carvings of wintery scenes. The bar and tables were made of ice and so were all the glasses. I got some sort of apple, cinnamon and vanilla vodka drink. Nathaniel and I ran into a lot of Semester at Sea kids there but we got cold within 20 minutes and left to go explore the old city of Stockholm.