BEST WESTERN PLUS STHLM Bromma
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... from the museum to the Opera House but it was too late for tours. It is a very impressive structure complete with the Royal Boxes. Final stop was the City Hall which is a very impressive but somewhat austere looking building. It is on the waterfront. One building we often wondered about turns out to be a hotel designed by a German architect. It seems there are various opinions about its ...
We left for the airport at 4:00 AM for our 6:15 PM flight to Stockholm via Newark. The flight left on time and the United flight was fine, but the plane was small and uncomfortable. Service on American-owned flights is so inferior to international airlines. Before we left the hotel, Steve's knee went out on him and he fell in the bathroom, twisting his knee and hitting his cheekbone. He iced his knee on the flight and was pretty stiff when we got to Newark. As a ...
After a breakfast at the hostel Erick and I decided to take a trip to the royal palace. We took the subway there then walked for about 10 minutes. We paid $11 to get in. We walked around all the royal apartments and rooms for about a hour. We also saw a room where Sweden had all of the royal crowns lined up. It was a pretty neat place to check out. I tried asking a question to a worker in the palace and then a woman that sounded American helped me. ...
... water and shipwrecks, so seeing such a massive piece of disastrous history was exceedingly intimidating. Overall, the entire museum was incredibly impressive and as wary as the reconstructed ship made me, I could not feint my reverence for it.
We stumbled upon another group of Luleň students at the museum and after our history lesson, the lot of us made plans for lunch. Stockholm had blessed us with a beautiful sunny day and as we were leaving the museum to find a place to ...
... included breakfast which was a full buffet I had to try the Swedish pancakes of course with lingon berry jam. The coffee and the service was great. We had a table right on a window overlooking the harbor watching the day commence. Our guide for the day was the best so far Brita, but so as not to confuse us in the beginning she had us call her Anna, go figure? She first mapped out what we were scheduled to see and the timing. Then we did ...