BEST WESTERN Capital Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... that we'll never qualify for the big Prize we decide to head outside again for the Royal Palace. It has actually stopped raining and even though it is still a little overcast, the rain holds off for the rest of the day.
The Royal Palace contains the usual collection of Royal Chapel, Treasury, meeting and reception rooms as well as an enormous collection of tapestries, porcelain, gold and silverware. We take the obligatory photos and then decide it's time to head off ...
... he was trying to take over the Polish ports to solidify his control of the Baltic Sea). The head shipbuilder/designer died during the middle of construction and there were no drawn plans so work had to continue as a guess. The problem was that there were 2 floors of cannons - more cannons than ever built before - that raised the center of gravity. The water level was close to the cannon windows, which were left open after shooting a celebratory bang. A ...
... since the 70's that have resulted in the "cleanest waters in Europe." When it isn't frozen over, you can swim in it.
Our cruise ended at The Grand Hotel, where every Nobel prize winner has ever stayed, not to mention countless celebrities. We took a lovely pit stop there and found the lobby WCs to be pristine and heavily marbled, with fresh flowers and thick disposable monogrammed hand towels. This is the Martins' ...
... where the ferry to Djurgarden starts hoping to see some more unique metro design. Gamla Town was bustling in tourist season and the start of the long weekend holiday for May 1.
... center, so I could print out my airport bus ticket. On the way there, TWO people asked us for directions in English. Maybe we looked like what we are doing! Or maybe we were the only other people lurking around the campus at year's end.
We then took the subway to Gamla Stan, swarmed by tourists breaking into their snow boots. We checked out some souvenir shops until I decided I don't need to get low-quality souvenirs as gifts. There was a Stockholm ...