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... that said 1252, which Christoffer said was the year the city was named, not the founding of the university. The university is only 150 or so years old! The Royal gift shop had some really classy, unique items, like tea towels with three crowns, jewelry, and books about Swedish traditions, but they also came with royal price tags..! It is always difficult to buy souvenirs abroad for people because usually the choice is between flavorless `made in China` souvenirs that I ...
Woke up to the sound of seagulls flying outside our window,how wonderful it is to stay right on the water. Breakfast looking out on sailboats, the natives are taking full advantage of this warm, sunny day and we are just marveling at our good fortune to have perfect weather on this Baltic adventure.
Our last day we walk along the shore to another island that houses the Vasa museum, contained ...
... each stop meant that it would take FOREVER to see the city this way, so we decided to fall back to plan b and we just started walking around.
We started our self guided tour in Gamla Stan (or Old Town) and were immediately struck by the beautiful colored buildings all crammed in close to one another and the narrow cobblestone streets that seemed to go on forever. In pretty typical fashion old town was covered in ...
... must do it! The city is really worth its second name of the "Nothern Venice".
My last day I spent in Djurgärden visiting Vasa Museum, Skansen and afterwards just relaxing in the beautiful park.
I will definitely come to Stockholm one ...
... It was time to call the ambulance. Nick jumped into action and Googled "European equivalent to 911". He then called 112 and notified the operator that an ambulance was needed immediately. There was some trouble relaying information....Swedish street names are long and difficult for us Yanks to properly pronounce. After almost a half-hour and two more inquiring phone calls to 112 later, the ambulance finally pulled up outside the door. By now, I had gone ...