BEST WESTERN Taby Park Hotel And Conference
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... To save money, go into supermarkets and always have a bottle of water. People are nice and will refill them in cafe's if you ask nicely.
Stockholm was great on one day even though I did not have time to explore the Vasa ship or the night life. There is always a next time. Stockholm reminded me a lot of Copenhagen, Berlin, Hamburg and Amsterdam. So a great european city with a lot of history and not to forget a lot of water and parks. ...
... to Helsinki. I must admit I was nervous travelling across the Baltic Sea in a ship as sea sicknesses has ruined most of my sea journeys. However, this is a very large ship holding 2,800 passengers and the voyage was very calm. We explored all the shops, bars, casino and restaurants before heading out to the deck to enjoy the varying sights. We have been so lucky with the weather. We lose an hour crossing tomFinland so are now only 7 hours behind Melbourne. ...
... I could retrieve it on the 29th when I go over to Anneli and Victoria's. I had my bag and two really heavy grocery shopping bags containing pantry staples and sauces. Christoffer met up with me in the reception and helped me carry the stuff. We made sausage pasta for dinner, and I skyped with my parents for nearly an hour! It is so fun to skype with them :) The greatest, most supportive, and energetic parents ever! I am very thankful.
Today is the first Sunday of advent, so advent candles popped up everywhere!! There are several ice rinks that pop up around Stockholm around this time of the year. I walked over to Kungsträgården to see what it was about. There were Christmas lights and trees everywhere on the way! NK the department ...
... great but kind of looked like cow poos… but less green.
A big thing we did was a bike ride down a mountain. They didn’t have bikes the size of my one at home and I had to ride the biggest bike I ever have. It also only had handbrakes which I’d never tried either. A couple of hours of riding we found that my bike was a bit broken and had its brakes stuck on halfway. After I swapped bikes with Cully I had much ...