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... The church was PACKED. Like I got shoved and pulled and pushed at the entrance...! Then a random lady who presumably was working at the door stopped people in an attempt to control the flow, but failed miserably when people just started pushing and moving past people who were actually cooperating and waiting... so another gentleman came out and told everyone they could go to the right to find seats. It was so packed, I ...
... a yummy meal of fried herring for dinner. Mine was on rye bread with onions and brown, sweet mustard. Dave got the fried herring platter with mashed potatoes, pickled cucumbers, creme fraiche salad. Both were delicious. Later that night we met a new friend, Samuel. A friend of our Madison friend, Mats. We had a good time learning about Sweden and drinking a couple of local brews.
... was not working. Just great I had to finish my hot dog bun bought at ikea (their food is dam cheap yay!! 12pc meatballs 39sek, pizza/hotdog bun 5sek!!! 有家的味道 ;!) and carry my luggage down the stairs at the same time. And BAM. My hot dog flew, and I'm on the floor, with a new aching bruise on my hip. Best. When we reach the airport, ...
... with lots of large stone buildings along the waterway. They have a small amusement park along the water as well. It looked like it had a couple of decent roller coasters.
We had lunch in a cafe in Gamla Stan, the old town area of Stockholm. We took our time strolling through the narrow streets and looking at shops. From there we walked to ...
... Thursday, need to keep the tradition) and of course princess cake (A sponge cake filled with cream and covered in brightly coloured mazipan).
A few final fun facts from Sweden;
-Vikings actually exist (past tense. Existed). in Sweden.-Abba and Pippi Longstockings originate from Sweden (and gingerbread. Check out Anna's at your local Woolies)- Fika is a religion to the Swedes. It ...