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... from being compressed down by miles of ice during the last ice age, the water disappeared, leaving marshy ground. Then in 1939 a shallow canal was constructed, navigable by small boats only, thereby returning Dalarö to its island status. We’d not been here and as it has historical importance, we thought it a good spot to choose.
Just before we arrived at Dalarö, we passed an impressive building on a small island called Stockskär. This is Dalarö Skans, built ...
... about a sweet retirement plan). There were kayakers in the water and little kids waving from the shore. It felt like we were in one of those tourism commercials where they'd show you a thousand impossibly happy people on an impossibly perfect day and scream "Visit Stockholm!" at the end. I was loving it. After the boat ride we jumped on the tram to the aquarium. All of us were pretty excited because the guidebook made it sound bizarrely exciting. We toured the place ...
... Confused as to why they would be leaving or where they were going, I fell back asleep. Sven later woke me up three hours later to ask if I ever left the cabin to go into town. What I thought was midnight was actually noon of the next day and I had slept through the entire visit to Tallinn. Therefore, once again proving that Sea Battle won.
Believe me, I was and to this day am still quite angry with myself for missing out on a whole new country. However, as many of ...
... organized and vigilant and you can still lose something that is important to you. And the trick is how to let it go and not let it bother you. The trick is to remember that today, your kids found 3 different playgrounds to play in and swam off the rocks in Stockholm. And that even though there are over 1000 reviewed restaurants in this city, they wanted a home cooked meal (and cheered when we said we were going to the grocery store!). It is to remember seeing a ...
... luck for us. A drink in the Crooners Bar before dinner introduced us to Alex and Lisa a very pleasant couple in their 30s serving in Germany at an American medical hospital base near Frankfurt, but living off base. Alex flys a medivac helicopter, whilst Lisa works for an American computer company. At dinner we joined Al and Faith, from Washington DC a retired electrical engineer and attorney for the Justice ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed