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... s been like 3 years since I was last in a real yoga studio and not a gym yoga class! Emily set me up with a month unlimited pass, and said I can do an hour of "karma yoga" for any of the classes (45-90 minutes long). Karma yoga is selfless service, but I guess it's not completely selfless, hee hee. I just have to tidy up the yoga studios and locker rooms, change candles, stuff like that. Nothing like taking out the garbage or any heavy lifting or complicated ...
... We did however see the Royal Chapel ... beautiful ... not allowed to take photos anywhere in the palace ... boo!
We had a late lunch at the Oldest Restaurant in the World:
What a wonderful place and such good food! We even had a tour of the building after ... this is the restaurant where the Nobel Peace Prize committee meets to discuss and make decisions on each year's winners. Very cool!
We walked down to the lake ...
... clothing shop as the skies opened up, accompanied by the most amazing thunder and lightning. The owner of the store had pulled in her chairs off the street and offered to let us stay until the rain stopped. It poured down. The street outside became a fast flowing river. The wind whipped and the thunder roared. It was quite a remarkable storm. Another woman, a family of 4, Cathy, and I were taking shelter and we struck up a ...
... people speak English in addition to their native language. Another trip...maybe with Sydnee & Simone. We arrive to Lars' home and meet us wife, son & daughter. What a great family! So sweet and grounded. His son is almost 6 and daughter is almost 4. Blondies w/ blue eyes. Man, I cannot wait to see our girls. We had a spectacular meal while sitting on their deck. The weather ...
After a breakfast at the hostel Erick and I decided to take a trip to the royal palace. We took the subway there then walked for about 10 minutes. We paid $11 to get in. We walked around all the royal apartments and rooms for about a hour. We also saw a room where Sweden had all of the royal crowns lined up. It was a pretty neat place to check out. I tried asking a question to a worker in the palace and then a woman that sounded American helped me. ...