BEST WESTERN Columbus Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... four. The staff everywhere we go in Stockholm are very courteous and helpful. We check in a little earlier than expected and decide to rest up after the long trip from Australia. Following showers and a couple of hours rest, we decide to head off on an exploratory walk. The weather is absolutely fantastic and our first impressions are extremely positive when it comes to the Swedes and Stockholm.
We come across a little cafe/bakery across from the Hotel and enjoy ...
... no 2 buck chuck here). After doing some price comparison, Travis was able to figure out their prices aren't much higher than the US for most things (maybe 10% more?) in the $15+ price range. Higher end items are pretty much in line. [Alcohol / beer / wine in restaurants / bars / cafes is pretty much prohibitively expensive (for us, especially after some of the places we've been) -- with $8 or so being the cheapest you can find a beer, $9 for wine and $10 ...
After the disappointing tour of City Hall I was making my way to the House of Nobility. Unfortunately it was closed for a ...
... authored a Northern Europe travel guide in Korean (only second of its kind!) told me about it. Apparently, all these Korean ahjummas in the know hail Gustavberg dishware and discuss the different collections on internet forums... also, I knew Japanese people love the Finnish cartoon character moomin, but she said a lot of Korean people collect moomin mugs. Man, I am starting to feel like I am not Korean enough... like I am an imposter! Maybe I should pay a visit to Moominland in Finland ...
I woke up feeling bloated after drinking with Gabi and his Swedish friend Remy (half French) and his girlfriend. I was sooo unmotivated, but then Lia and I decided to check out Friskis Svettis. Frisk in Swedish apparently means healthy, not like feeling frisky. Then Svett is sweat, so the gym is literally called healthy and sweaty. And that we were! It was a free admissions day for their anniversary or something. It wasn't ...