BEST WESTERN Taby Park Hotel And Conference
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... in her current museum. How does one describe an intact 16th century warship sitting before ones eyes, just amazing, absolutely amazing? The displays and information are also great, quite an experience, almost rivalling the Viking boats! Next to the Vasa Museum is the Museum Of Nordic Life, a Bell Époque confection filled with Nordic history and culture. As we were a bit tired we didn’t spend too long but it was pretty neat! Then we wandered back to the boat and made ...
... letting it simmer for 4 hours! Then I made something like the Korean dish, kalguksu, by adding shredded chicken, squash, and egg noodles. Christoffer loved it, which made me happy, hehe.
We watched the movie Interstellar. I had seen the preview for it twice in the theater and had no idea what it was about other than humans going into space. It turned out to be pretty good actually!! Very long, but I found it intriguing and well-acted/directed. Apparently, a ...
... she's so pregnant, she looks like she's about to pop her baby any moment! Anyway, I sat around Kevin, David, Lia, and Gabi, and it was a TON of fun! We had a really good time. Towards the end, Ellinor, the manager, got everyone's attention and gave a thank you speech to me. It was kind of embarrassing, haha. They gave me a green dala horse (SO SWEDISH) with a little card and pin. Good times. I will miss the ...
... s been like 3 years since I was last in a real yoga studio and not a gym yoga class! Emily set me up with a month unlimited pass, and said I can do an hour of "karma yoga" for any of the classes (45-90 minutes long). Karma yoga is selfless service, but I guess it's not completely selfless, hee hee. I just have to tidy up the yoga studios and locker rooms, change candles, stuff like that. Nothing like taking out the garbage or any heavy lifting or complicated ...
Sweden's capital, Stockholm, which sprawls over 14 islands, is often called, the Beauty on Water, and with good reason. Resting amid wooded hills, it is a city surrounded by water, firmly linked by 57 bridges. Originally founded as a fortress in the 12th century, the earliest mention of Stockholm as a city was in the year 1252. By 1850, the city had less than 100,000 inhabitants. Today it is one of Europe’s most prosperous cities with a population of over ...