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Travel Blogs from Solna
... with the intention of protecting the shipping lanes into and out of Stockholm. Amusingly, it proved to be totally useless as an invading Russian fleet was able to sail past it in 1719 out of the range of its’ cannon!
We arrived by 11:30 and reversed the boat between the pontoons and tied her up. I then set off to ascertain the whereabouts of the laundry facility, no mean feat as the small harbour was pretty deserted. To my annoyance there was a machine and ...
... minutes, saw one snake and a grand total of zero monkeys. Are you kidding me? Disappointed and with no other plans we pulled out the guidebook again to find something else nearby. It took Brittany about thirty seconds to see that I had taken us to "Aquaria", a super-boring museum about water, instead of the "Aquarium" which was further down the road. Oops! My first, "wow I feel like a moron" moment of the day. More would follow :) When we finally got to the right place ...
... friends (who still like me despite the massive drunken fool I made of myself) remind me, this was a once in a lifetime opportunity to have the time of our lives on a party boat filled with crazy international students. Tallinn will always be there, but Sea Battle was a special event that could not be created anywhere else. Which was absolutely true because even though I felt so sick the next day, I was greeted by my caring friends and welcomed into the wonderful company of the Sea ...
The day dawned. Story wise (or, if you are unfortunate enough to work in a bs jargon dominated area, 'in terms of the story') it seems fitting for that to be the beginning, but I didn't have to get up till after 7, some time after summer's dawn, though time flew from 5.30 to 7. One false alarm, as the German rower's alarm went off at 7 as she'd promised in conversation last night, and I was up at 7.20. The walk to the station was lovely with the sun glinting off the river ...
If you were to ask me to draw a palace, it would be Jasmine's palace in "Aladdin," although with my art skills it would look more like a large marshmallow cottage with flags. The palaces we visited today looked absolutely nothing like Disney's, although they were no less impressive. While the outside may have been less grandiose than palaces of the Middle East, the architecture and decorations inside were incredible. But you'll have to take my word for it as none ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed