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... was nice and brought out several varieties for us to smell. It’s basically pure alcohol spirits with spices. The one with horseradish wasn’t even tempting.
Later, we took a subway a stop away in Sodermalm and found a big square with several hopping bars. We ordered a beer and then they closed the outdoor terrace at about 11 pm, so we decided to call it a night. We never did find much in the live music scene here. Most people are into EDM (electronic ...
... shops were carbon copies of each other, all selling the same merchandise. As tempted as we were to find something "Pippi Longstocking" as a memento of this town's wonderful addition to childhood literature, we couldn't bring ourselves to buy the red-headed doll. We have become quite indifferent to purchases of any type. Knowing that we have no space in our luggage to cart around any unnecessary items, we have yet to see much that is ...
... time here. It’s going to be a hassle replacing my driver’s license and school ID…actually I’m kind of glad those were stolen because I really didn’t like those pictures. I liked that wallet though. It was Crocodile and I got it in Australia last summer. Oh well! Once I get my new card, I'll be able to talk to the freud department at the bank about getting the money replaced.
Anyway, my field lab was fun! Despite the stressful morning, I had ...
... we had less than a metre each side. However, we saw nothing that looked like a ‘normal’ guest harbour so I called them back (on my mobile) and then spent a really frustrating 15 minutes trying to explain where we were – I mean we were in the harbour, why were they being so obtuse? Finally, we got through to someone who sort of knew what he was talking about and he guided us back to the private jetty, where we moored up.
... excellent coffee. You can sit on the deck and watch all of Stockholm go by on the waterfront promenade. Excellent venue.
We start out by touring the Royal Palace, the only working palace in Europe that is open to the public. The palace dates from the 1400's, but burned down in 1697, with only a small section left standing. Everything was rebuilt shortly after that with most of the palace designed and decorated by the ...