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... day on our walk and it was really neat to get the history one of the workers owns one and told me that you go on a waiting list for the spot these days. She owns the cottage but rents the land. She said that there are 450 people on the waiting list just for her spot! They are brilliant little places and a very unique way of feeding the poor (at the time). Today it is a fantastic way for city dwellers to have a little bit of Country at their doorstep. ...
... on board when the whim takes you, (I can't imagine why not) but this way we won't starve or be ripped off. As part of the troglodyte retail centre, there was even a 'System Bolaget', the Swedish State Booze shop. They do a cheap (yes, honest) Muriel Rioja, which you can't get at home, so we got a couple of bottles for Finland. Check out at the campsite was 1400. Due to the vast choice available below ground, some indecision and delay had crept in to ...
... the museum we stopped for lunch at a sausage van where a very nice Chorizo sausage in a bun was eaten before entering the museum.
Although i have an interest in maritime history having studied the Mary Rose at school and found it quite interesting i did wonder how a shipwreck was going to engage us for anything more than a quick look around. After paying the entrance fee we were instantly greeted by the ship which stood 7 stories high, ...
... that I no longer had my camera, or my father’s camera, since I had borrowed it from him for the trip.
After about 45 minutes of wandering around, we decided to make our way back to Bramaplan and see if anything had turned up on the camera. When we arrived at the ticket booth, I was disappointed to see that a shift had taken place and a new attendant was working instead of the one who had helped me. This one had no knowledge of the ...
... cutlery, food, drink and six of the ten sails. The artifacts and the ship itself have provided historians with invaluable insight into details of naval warfare, shipbuilding techniques and everyday life in early 17th-century Sweden. Vasa was intended to express the expansionist aspirations of Sweden and to glorify king Gustavus Adolphus. No expense was spared in decorating ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed