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... into the ABBA museum gift shop to checkout the tackiness. And boy did we get it. Tackiness galore! Ten minutes in the gift shop was more than enough, then we got back on the ferry and ended up back at the old town where we headed towards the royal palace and had a look around the royal apartments, the treasury with the Crown Jewels, and the Armory some interesting suits of armour, human and equine. The royal apartments were very nice too, but probably not as nice as some of ...
... the burbs). The city-scape is made up of one-third water, one-third green space, one-third buildings and I think the cleanest air (the high prices you pay within the city surely has something to do with this). Where ever we were though, whether it was taking a picnic (we did this often), travelling by ferry across the Swedish Archipelago, or walking within the old town and lush forests of the burbs ...
Slow day today still tired from yesterday. The only real excitement was from the Mexican run taco shop. Fairly authentic for Sweden though still not the best tacos. Early night again.
Finally it's time to do a little exploring. We hit the free walking tour at 10am from the city center. The tour lasted about 2 hours and provided an excellent overview of the last 200 to 300 years of Stockholm ...
... bike tour. (One side point here: the Metro is also called the T here, just like in Boston, for the Swedish word Tunnelbana, or subway.) After getting sorted out with bikes, helmets, etc, we took off in a huge group, following the tour guide throughout the center of the city and beyond, stopping from time to time for some information about the city and the various places we were seeing. We got to see a few more parts of town that we had not yet explored. He ...
... marching troops of blue-clad soldiers with mirror helmets, lots of shouting, sabre waving and marching back and forth.
After all of that we walked to a fancy-shmancy department store called NK (Nordiska Kompaniet), which has a huge selection of Swedish and Finnish design articles.
We didn't have that much time, so we moved to the city hall with haste. There was an ...
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