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... fried fillet, pistachio fried sweetbreads, potato and wild garlic puree, and lavander sauce
4 unbelievably good cheeses (each with its own wine!)
Mango sorbet and meringue
'Semifreddo' made from kim apples with apple cream and fudge crisp
Every course had its own accompanying wine. Needless to say, I was ...
... the curriculum for primary school pupils. Woodwork and textiles are studied to a high standard and pupils demonstrate good skills. The tool cupboards would be the envy of any carpenter!
Dinner in the evening was cooked by my host and it was delicious. There was an amazing sunset in the crisp cool air of the evening.
... stockholm. You are only raised about a meter, but it was still fun to do and the first one I rode a boat into.
For dinner, I tracked down a recommendation of a fun Swedish place from the staff at the hotel. Boy was I glad I did. Called Kryp In, it had amazing food, great ambience, and I really clicked well with the waitress who was really nice and gave me sample size things for extra cheap so I could try more! The meat was ...
... hard to believe that a train servicing two such major cities would not provide a quality buffet service for its passengers.
To add insult to injury, their preferred currency was Swedish so if you were Norwegian forget even trying to buy a cup of coffee. By the time we went to purchase our beverages there wasn't even an English breakfast tea bag left - it was green tea or nothing!
Despite our earlier reservations, the journey did end ...
... from several levels, from the bottom of the hull to the upper deck. More information at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasa_museu m .
Addendum And Update 2/20/14
Because the museum is very dark, due to the fact that bright light can be detrimental to the ship, all of our pictures were under-exposed and rather unsatisfactory, so we didn't post any. But click on ...