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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... It feels like opening a time capsule and seeing over 300 years back. The guide said it was ironic that one of the nations biggest failures and embarrassments is now its most popular tourist attraction for both locals and visitors, with over 1 million attending every year.
After a few hours happily wandering around the museum, we hopped back onto the bus and got dropped off near the apartment. A good day for us getting ...
... days. You should have an idea of the temperature without having to calculate.) with a local time of 5:00 or 23:00 East Coast time - 6 hour difference.
First, big thanks to Nate for braving the snowstorm and chauffeuring us into New York City. He got up at the crack of dawn to drive through the snow to work, only to get home and immediately jump in the truck for a 2.5 hour drive into ...
... real renaissance man.
He was going to take us to the vegetarian buffet place, Hermitage, but we laughed and said we ate there the night before. So we went to a traditional place and had meatballs and potatoes, schnitzel, and some local snaps with wormwood. It’s like absynthe without the sugar in it.
In the morning, we said goodbye to Inger and left at 6:30 am to catch our ferry to Turku Finland. “Ferry” is a rather loose word here. It’s ...
... and swimming areas are very popular with the local residents. I've heard the statistic that every Stockholm resident lives within 500 meters of a park. I've never tested the fact, but I'm willing to believe it. There are parks and playgrounds everywhere you go. I'm excited to know when my grandchildren visit in a few ...
Today we have some time to kill so it's back to Old Town for a walk around.
e happened to be in the right spot at the right time to see the changing of the guard at the Palace. A lot of ceremony but worth a look.
We had to be at the ferry by 4pm. We got to Central Station at 2.55 to find that the last Viking Line bus leaves at 3.00 Into the ticket line but we didn't get served so it left ...