BEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel Stockholm
Extremely comfy beds. No drawers, safe or extras, but enjoyable stay. Great breakfast
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A couple of underground rides got us to the Historiska Museum after an early lunch at the apartment on our last day in Stockholm.
The weather forecast had predicted the weather would pack up in the morning and it did, with several reasonable showers. The forecast was also right that it would improve in the afternoon. Again correct, although it was overcast as predicted.
The museum was basically a ...
... the place too!
But, to be honest, and I started this blog to admit my flaws and weaknesses so I can learn from them, I think a teeny part of me still believes in fairy tales and happy endings. And I thought, perhaps He would realise he'd made a mistake, profess his love for me and make amends. After all, he'd done it before. He'd come to see me when I thought we would never see each other again. Is it so hard to believe he could feel it again and ...
... streetcars, busses and a subway, not to mention a city bike share program and paths.
Last night we enjoyed "Swedish food" in the Old Town -- cold salmon with cucumber, thinly sliced rare Elk medallions with lingonberry compote, Swedish meatballs (guess who) and light, flakey Arctic Char. Lingonberries grow wild here and are found in preserves, jellies and jams. Yum.
Leaving the Royal Palace Museum I could hear the clomping of many horses hooves nearby on the cobbled streets. There were also canons firing so I wanted to see what was going on. I followed round to the other ...
... the newest season for MasterChef Sweden around town now!)
When I rambled these sentiments to Christoffer, he looked at me and said I need to eat. His observation is that I get rambly and bitter when I'm hungry. And I think he might be onto something!! We had planned to treat ourselves and have the lunch buffet at Kina Muren (China Wall) on Odengatan, near Gustav Vasa church. But! Before that, we walked over to the royal palace to watch the changing of the ...