Best Western Hotel Linkoping
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Day 2 was busy, no time for picture taking. Day 3 was also busy, full day in the office followed by a drive, a late night flight and hotel check in. So I'm now back where I started three days ago with my first and last beer of the day...
Early start (3.30am), caught a plane, hired a (bus) car, tried to park said car, went to work, had a drink with an old colleague and finally went to bed at 9 o'clock Another early start tomorrow :)
Our trip to the Vasa museum brought some perspective. This huge ship was built in the 1600's and sunk on its maiden voyage in the Stockholm harbour. Over 300 years later in the early 1900's it was salvaged. It was a remarkable story and the sheer size and detail of the ship gave me admiration for the men who built it and then those who did the painstaking and frightening job ...
... Skype, candy crush, minecraft, the zipper, the pacemaker, soft drink and haemodialysis machines....not to mention Volvo! We stumble across an ancient little pub and stop for a drink and snack and to warm up after lunch. The hospitality is warm and we admire our surroundings. A place I can see Robin Hood frequently...until Max tells me there is no way he would be seen among the common folk for all to see. Point taken. The tiny Christmas market had only a few stalls but ...
... are connected by all types of bridges. Very nice. One noticeable feature of the city are the trams. Historically, Norrköping had yellow trolley cars which are now substituted by modern trams which give it an unique infrastructure compared to other relatively small Swedish cities. Only Stockholm, Götheborg and Norrköping use trams as a part of their public ...