BEST WESTERN Capital Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... ship top-heavy with elaborate ornamentation and 24 cannons. Oops....
The whole ship was salvaged and restored after 333 years under the sea and it is very impressive. We finished up spending the rest of the afternoon here and did enjoy it.
We then walked back to the hotel and went back out later for dinner. On our way back to the hotel along some pedestrian shopping streets, we were stopped by a ...
... hotel was located on the top of a hill so we didn't have to walk too far to get great views of the city. During our 3 days in Stockholm we spent time exploring the historic buildings and winding streets of Gamla Stan (old town), walked through the shopping district of central Stockholm where Jonah and Tom found a Björn Borg store, and enjoyed numerous stops for a cappuccino and pastry. Upon recommendation from a local Swede we had dinner with, we walked south in ...
... either pushing carriages, pregnant or both. You also see men pushing strollers mid-day as well. The fellow who rented us the apartment said that Stockholm is a city of children. It certainly seems to be the case. They have a social system which provides for that.
The Nordiska museum is very extensive. To do it thoroughly would take days. It was opened in June 1907. It is very well organized and ...
... we all were cracking up. She clarified that she meant it was a drink, which I had never heard of. Instead I settled on some sort of cinnamon martini drink.
Yesterday, I went on a field program to visit Drottningham Palace, about an hour away. It is the official residence of the King and Queen of Sweden. It was a lovely palace but after being spoiled by the grandeur of the palaces in Russia, this one didn’t quite measure up. I had a fun time, though, with Aaron ...
... yesterday’s storm was as there were downed branches and trees all over the place. The walk itself was quite pleasant and we arrived at the Museum to discover a relatively small line…good news.
The Vasa museum is built around a preserved 17th century Swedish warship and is a very impressive, and popular, Stockholm site. The Vasa was commissioned by the King of Sweden to be the new flagship of the increasingly powerful Swedish fleet. Designed to ...