StayAt Stockholm Kista
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... more than 5 or 6 stories high. I discovered that I had left the memory card from my camera in the adaptor at Ben's. Bugger, bugger. While the IPad takes good pics, it so cumbersome compared to the camera. I guess I could buy another card, but I thought I would just make do for a day or 2. It has much more of a city atmosphere than Copenhagen and the architecture is a little different. Certainly more densely populated with a lot more shops and department ...
... to the ground in the 17th century. The palace comprises 608 rooms, which apparently makes it the largest in the world still used for its original purpose. We saw the Royal Apartments, the Royal Church, Gustav III's Antikmuseum, a collection of mostly sculptures. From the Palace we saw the Storkyrkan, the Great Church then headed over towards the National Museum building we could see from Gamla Stan. Unfortunately the collection has temporarily been relocated. So ...
... airport (Bromma) but was able to take a nice bus ride for cheap from the central station to the airport. Right before I left, I walked around Gamla stan for a quick peak and some small souvenirs and caught this picture of the silent street.
All in all, it was an awesome trip. A beautiful city with nice people and good food. I will be going back to stay at the Ice hotel in a few months or a year so if you want to join, let me know!
... by sports stadiums. It was a very cool ride with a spectacular view... And no for those with a fear of heights it seemed as the other little girl in our group puked into her mum's purse on the way back down... As I handed them a pack of wipes, I had an evil moment where I thought "thank God that's not my kid!" After our ride, we headed to the old town or Gamla Stan to see the Royal Palace and the changing of the guard. We stopped for a traditional ...
... on Wed, Fri and Sun nights. The day time Turku-Stockholm ferry came through a clear winner!
The Viking Buffet cost 22 Euro each - 90 minutes of food and drink from an incredible array of choices. The passage itself with our Eurail Pass (from 8.45 Finnish time to 18.55 Swedish time) cost 6,60 Euro for both of us. That's correct - only 6,60!! We'd paid in Oz before we left - 54 Euro but then got a credit of 3,40. After boarding, we were lucky enough to find a ...