StayAt Stockholm Kista
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... we saw, but it could very well be that we skipped an entire floor or two (actually I'm pretty sure that's the case). We got there around lunch time, and the place was nearly empty. We wondered how many people come here Monday-Thursday if there's so few people on a free admissions day (Gabi was thinking two.. the reception person and the cafe person!). But later when we were leaving, there were a lot more people coming in, I guess after lunch! So I recommend visiting earlier in ...
... was a lonely guard standing on the side of the palace doing a little march... by himself... then he went back to his little spot. I took a picture with him because that's what you do when there's a guard in a foreign country! He talked to us and answered our questions, but we couldn't step within the rectangle he was in. He was very stoic, but when I made a joke to the other guys about how I can be all touristy because I'm Asian, the guard chuckled. Gamla Stan is really pretty! ...
... in. When I could finally speak, "Welcome to Hell" I unconsciously muttered. The original plan was to stay in Orsa for two nights, but there was no way in the world that we were going to do that. We felt so unsafe, the hotel was empty, it had no other guests, just us. We had a very serious think about our options and decided to stick it out for one night and catch the first bus out of here, only because we went down and demanded that we get a new room. The new room they gave us was ...
... card, putting me out of the tournament. I wished him luck, shook hands and said a congratulatory "nice hand" as I stood up to leave for the second night in a row.
But nineteenth out of fifty-five of what I'm assuming are Stockholm's premier Texas Hold'em players? I'm was happy with that. In fact I was very chuffed with that indeed. When the game had first started and they'd heard my accent and noted my dubious ability to calculate pot odds, some of the other players ...
... tour in about 20 minutes after we arrived, so we chilled in the shade for a bit. The tour guide, a cute smiley Swedish girl, told us about the Nobel award banquet that is held annually at the city hall, about its unique architecture designed to imitate Italian palace but adapted for Swedish weather, and about all the different rooms that we walked through. The most impressive ...