Archipelago Hostel Old Town
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... afford but would really rather not give versus unique local items that I would have to shorten my trip to afford. Then there are those affordable "authentic" items that totally target people like me. Anyway, I say the best souvenirs you can take home are those you can't buy, like those napkin holders with Vasa seals I got from MasterChef Sweden, and you shouldn't have to feel obligated to buy souvenirs for other people just for the sake of getting them. (Oh yeah, there are ...
Last night was Vapiano' s again,pasta arrabiatta and a spinach pizza, this was on the wall and I thought a fitting ending to this blog
FEAR LESS, HOPE MORE
EAT LESS, CHEW MORE
TALK LESS,SAY MORE
HATE LESS,LOVE MORE
AND ALL GOOD THINGS WILL BE YOURS!
Midnight,packed, ready to go, .....bye Stockholm, Hello New York
... cafes, bistros and shops and it was the kind of place that we could have easily spent the rest of the day in but unfortunately we had a ship to catch so we needed to keep moving! At the far end of old town was the Royal Palace which is a beautiful building situated right on the water and next to the Stockholm Opera house as well. The royal family of Sweden still live in the palace but it is open to the public for tours and houses a couple ...
... Stieg Larsson is the author of the book and we went past the bar/restaurant where he often goes but it was closed at the time.
We wandered through Sodermalm and took the free ferry back to the island we are staying at. We stopped for a beer at the waterfront bar in the picture.
Tomorrow is family reunion day in Jonkoping. Should be ...
... having the tube or having it removed. But, at least it was gone. Now for the next painstaking task...peeing. OUCH, OUCH, OUCH, OUCH, OUCH. This was to be expected for a few days. At about 11am, I was finally released from the hospital. Wanting some fresh air, I slowly walked back to the hostel where we no longer had a room but they kindly stored my bags. Hungry for a change of scenery, we checked into Urban Hostel. It was much nicer than my previous confines. ...