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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is easy to see however how the Norwegian students a few years ago on a summer camp island had no shelter from that gunman. We passed one such island with a group of students grouped together. The island was sparse (as they all are) just the one building.
We had dinner tonight in a restaurant called the Beach Hut (on board but a supplement). The best part was that we had a table by the window so we could see everything whilst we ...
... may visit, you should take a city-wide tour first just to get a "real feel" for the City, get your photos out of the way, and then get down to the task of seeing things.
Dinner for Two at Vapiano, Please! This is a German-based casual chain restaurant that offers you a wide variety of freshly prepared Italian foods. The restaurant concept centers around made "to order Italian food with a fresh taste." The location we visited is located in Old Town ...
... closed. Adrenaline junkie. [Travis -- it was a balancing act waiting for Johanna to come because I knew there was a point where I'd have to turn back even if she wasn't there so we could catch the train, though I didn't know exactly when it was... luckily everything turned out OK.]
We had dinner reservations for a nicer restaurant called Tradition in Gamla Stan, which was recommended by the locals over dinner two nights before. We ...
... the city centre which I didnt visit on my last trip.
The website says its only open Fridays in low season but starting May 1 it was open daily for the summer season. It also said ...
... they were sooo stiff. Still more flexible than Swedes :P I played DJ, then joined them. It was so much fun! She saw how hopeless the guys were and switched to merengue, which is supposed to be easier, according to her. Then we played Cuban reggaton, as requested by the Dutch guy from Swaziland... Apparently raggae is all the rage in Colombia as well, so the Brits and I swayed around while they did their raggae thing, ...