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Stockholm has to be the most pristine and perfect city i've ever seen. Possibly too much for my liking... I tend to like a bit more chaos and decay lol. Everything has it's place and looks like it was painted yesterday. But what an amazing place to visit for holiday (apart from the cost of everything)
We stayed in a cool little hotel, which looks more like an expensive hostel, which was good as the price ...
... leave. Fitness is supported and it is a vegetarian friendly place. They pay a ton in taxes but it is evident the people have a high standard of living and they brag about it being the happiest country!
Every evening we would sit up on deck watching the sun set and lights come on in Stockholm. We'd listen to music (lots of ABBA) then go down to our cabin. So relaxing.
... the giant roller coaster then a free fall tower. We were big kids having lots of laughs. Returned home to Brendan and Majas home made vegetarian pizzas wine and beer. Oops Brendan entertained before bed with his new sleeping bag....... Sunday we took it easy and experienced local shopping complex. Monday a day to catch up for Chris and ...
... shop and we enjoy a Vietnamese lunch. No one speaks English at the restaurant & we place our order by pointing to items on the menu. (Must. Learn. Another. Language.) The food was fabulous and I enjoyed Dave & Casey's company at lunch (vs. eating alone ). :) From here we head north to check out the northern part of the Schoneberg neighborhood. Love the lack of tourists! But makes it hard to find the ...
... no fun. Also I needed a break from late night partying so it turned into a lazy day.
More walking around the city, nothing spectacular
Finally after over a week Stockholm was in the rear view mirror. We did have to alter our plans a bit. Instead of driving north to Kiruna, the plan now is to drive south around southern Sweden returning to Stockholm to drop off the car and then take the ferry to Turku, ...