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Today being out last full day in Stockholm we decided to head over to djurgarden which is an island that the king used as a retreat from his royal duties dating back to 1500's to hunt elk and deer...but have been tough back then! It just so happened that the ferry terminal was 5 min walk from our hostel so it worked well given small people are starting to get a bit tired walking around... The ferry takes about 15 minutes and gives a very nice view of the old town and a ...
... so it was just me! He did hold my hand across the railing as I tried to remember how to skate. I used to short skate when I was little in Korea! And I skated a few times in America during the holidays. It came back though not without some shrieking and running for Christoffer's hands! It's free to skate there if you have your own skates, or you can rent a pair for like 50kr! There is also a cute Christmas market that sells hot chocolate only for 10kr. We ...
... have a car like they do. They greeted us warmly and showed me around their place. It was nicely and spaciously decorated. Some vintage and antique stuff mixed with modern furnishing. And lots of pets... Like cats, fish, snakes, birds... wow. But they somehow manage to keep the place clean and not smelly, so kudos to them..! I've never had a real pet, so I always feel a little easy around little living creatures. Michael and Cindy ...
... by walking down a dark, wooden path. We joked about how this is the part in the horror movie where you turn around and see that someone in the group is missing, haha.
Afterwards, we took the train back, and I took the group to a grocery store since everyone had to get some food for dinner. Overall, it was a very successful tour! I wish more people would have come out, but it could have gotten too crazy with so many people at the cemetary.
Really tired ...
... was (because I really need to find that burgundy dress in my size), and she thought I said ATM.. I had to type out H&M on my phone and show her. It's just called HM here in Sweden, and they pronounce H and M in their way.
H&M was located in an indoor mall called Västermalmsgallerian. I went there and checked out a lot of other clothing shops. I practiced my Swedish by asking stuff like, "Does this come in another color?" "Do you have ...