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... he was super keen on the idea but I think I can work on it!?!)
Dane cooked fish & veggies for dinner (he stocked up on fish last week in preparation for my visit!) and we spent the evening planning out where we will go when we head to Spain, Portugal & the Ireland in a couple of weeks!
After an early night & long sleep I was over the jet ...
... would have headed off in the opposite direction! Safely back on the ship, it's time for some relaxation on the outside deck as we sail away. I like Stockholm and would happily spend more time here. We sail back through the archipelago which is now busier than ever with boats, ferries and ships. It is spectacular scenery which we enjoy from outside on deck 11. Sailing day tomorrow so we look forward to some relaxing time on board and maybe a Samba ...
... craze is called raggare. Another site has "For many raggare, that means picking up chicks, chugging cheap beer, and riding around in a classic American car crammed with friends."]
Had to move tables - the pub put the outdoor heaters on, and it wasn't cold at all. The Flying Horse cost 176 SEK ($29.45) for 2 beers and 2 different ciders. Spent 90 minutes watching the world go by - back at the hotel just before 11pm (22.55 actually).
The weather had warmed ...
Stockholm and Visby We arrived in Stockholm under rainy skies late in the afternoon. We had sailed by hundreds of tiny islands many with summer houses on them and wondered how they got water. Later we learned that some have pipelines to the mainland and others have water delivered when they put up the water needed flag. We hadn't booked any excursions, so we decided to wait and see what the weather had in store. After ...
... closed, and lamentably the new Abba Museum does not open until May. So I visited the Nobel Museum on Gamla Stan, just south of the Royal Palace. It concentrates mainly on past Nobel Prize winners and their achievements but unlike Oslo’s Nobel Museum, exhibits little on Alfred Nobel himself. Possibly as a way of side-stepping the dichotomy of the inventor of dynamite being the architect behind the world’s best known peace prize.
Sadly I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed