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... Wallenberg still had to operate under Sweden's neutrality policy... then this older Japanese lady who was with her daughter asked what neutral meant. So another girl in the group tried to explain that it was like being in the middle, not on one side or the other. And the lady was like, hmm.... OH! (light bulb) LIKE JAPAN! And the rest of us were like, no no nooo. And when she realized what was going on, she looked so down, it was kind of sad :( The ...
The Nobelmuseet (museum for the Nobel Prize) was very interesting. I looked especially at some of the exhibits showing past recipients of the prize for medicine, including Fleming & Florey for Penicillin (1945), and Banting & MacLeod for Insulin (1923). I had always thought the prize had been awarded to Banting & Best, however Banting only personally shared his prize with Best (choosing not to mention MacLeod).
On Saturday ...
In case anyone is interested of what I brought for these months, below is a picture and a list of my packing:
NorthFace 60L Backpack
Electronics Kit (adapters, portable battery, chargers etc.)
Survival Kit (On courtesy of Elsa Bäckdahl)
hand sanitizer (in bulks...)
Hand cream (i get dry ...
This morning Lars and I had an early appointment in Kungsholmen so we decided to have breakfast afterwards at Ecobaren, a lovely organic cafe located at Centralbadet (Central Bath) on Drottninggatan. The baths were opened in 1909 and it is a popular spa in Vasastan.
Here's a little tourist information about the baths: http://www.visitstockholm.com/en/To-Do/ ...
... were a couple of design flaws that caused her to keel over and sink after about 10 minutes at sea. Anyway, the ship lay in the mud at the bottom of the harbor, and because the water there is very brackish the woodworms that would normally destroy a shipwreck don't live there, so the ship was pretty much intact when it was found and finally raised to the surface in the 1950s/ 1960s. The sight of that gigantic old sailing ship is just jaw dropping. The ...