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... I noticed I was riding towards some cloud cover - which was unexpected because the weather report had indicated it should be fine all day - so I quickly checked the weather again and it indicated that "now" there was a storm over Stockholm, but by 4pm it will have cleared. Since I hadn't reached the storm yet I assumed it was heading towards me and I was heading towards it. Sure enough with just half an hour to go before I arrived at the hostel I rode ...
Today ended up being one of those days and I apologise in advance if this comes across somewhat whingey. First of all, it was not a nice day. After yesterday's rain and given the forecast, I expected the clouds to be a little higher than 10 feet! In other words, it was misty and damp. I then made the mistake of trying some repair work whilst Julie went to ICA and the museum, the latter to see whether there was any chance that the blessed washing machine ...
... Without it we'd be blowing through almost five bucks a pop for every single trip. We definitely got our money's worth out of that card! Back in the Old Town our plan was to walk and explore, which was easy to do with all the activity going on. There was some sort of traditional dancing festival happening in the old square, which was fun to watch. We sat on a bench and listened to a live orchestra play beautiful music while people in traditional dress danced. It was ...
... island and is a beautiful medieval town. We spent our first day checking out the old town and also visiting the History Museum where we learned about the history of Sweden including the Vikings.
Our second day had my 2 highlights of Stockholm. The first was the Vasa Museum. This is essentially a museum building which holds a giant warship from 1628 which was sunk in the Stockholm Harbour on its first voyage. In 1960 they raised ...
... as a hunting ground for the royal family. In a small area of the park were hundreds upon hundreds of geese whose defence mechanism was to hiss and stick out their tongue… terrifying. Next we went to the royal palace for the changing of the guard ceremony. Although we started off with good spots, busloads of aggressive American and Chinese tourists rocked up right near the start who managed to completely block the road and get ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed