BEST WESTERN PLUS STHLM Bromma
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This morning there was hardly a cloud in the sky. We breakfasted leisurely, watching the comings and goings in the motorhome park. The morning departures went, the morning arrivals came, and for the big German wagons part of the ritual was to elevate their motor driven auto seeking satellite dishes. All lined up (pun intended) in a row, as if some major breaking news story had happened in Långholmen and the SNG trucks had turned up to back haul the pictures ...
... in Sarasota, Florida. I haven't seen Maxine and Paul for many years but he sent them my photo on his iphone. Within minutes they sent a text message with memories of "old times".
And so as I enjoyed sharing a chocolate truffle dessert with my "new" Swedish friends I connect with friends in the USA from long ago.
It is indeed a small world.
Not too many photos from the evening, next time I go I'll bring my camera...
... located on the central island of Djurgården in Stockholm and home to the Royal Ship Vasa. The Vasa, built from 1626 to 1628 for King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, is a 15th century warship and one of Sweden's most popular tourist attractions with over 29 million visitors since 1961. She is one of few existing 15th century ships in the world. When completed she was intended to be ...
... of skin was searched (nothing was sacred) until the extraction of said tick was removed...Operation success. The patient needs bed rest and a beer. Yep any excuse would do.
Day came around again, and after brekky we headed out into the old town "Gamla Stan" and Surrounds, it was on another island, just over a bridge of about 20 metres in length. We checked out the Royal Palace (Everybody in sweden love this royal family. ...
... 4:30 that Friday, took a bud to the Frankfurt Hahn airport, and then flew to Stockholm. Despite the fact that we got there around midnight on Friday, it was still a fun night. We walked around the city, trying to find our hostel, and then played cards for a while. The next morning we got up early to go walk around. We saw the palace, the changing of the guards, and then we went to the Christmas market. At the christmas market they had free ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed