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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... landed on 18 which nobody had bet on! Boo. Afterwards, I made some donkatsu (Japanese fried breaded, boneless pork chops). I made the sauce and also thousand island dressing for the side salad! I was so proud of myself!! To top it off, I baked cream puffs with chocolate cream filling. I got soo impatient as it was baking, but in the end they turned out great ...
My roommate and I went Halloween shopping at Buttericks, a "prank" shop on Drottninggatan that sells seasonal items (now Halloween!). There were so many people that they had a queue outside the door and were letting in as many people as there were coming out! As if it's a night club! Once in I saw how crowded the place was!! A lot of "ursäkta (excuse me)"s and sliding past people. We got some spider webs, bloody hand prints, plastic cauldrons, ...
... shows the prowess of Korean players. In between rounds, I got to meet and talk to the players!! I couldn't really tell who was who (I only know names really), so I had to ask around. They were pretty shy but nice enough! I also met Smix, the Korean American girl who interview players at these games in Korean and English. She was super gregarious and nice! People tell me all the time I should take her job, hahaa. I was so sad Jaedong lost in the round of 8. I was totally rooting ...
Got up really early to be at terminal by 7.30, having had a quick brekkie. Boarded at 9 and went to the restaurant. Chasing market share of the numerous ferry routes from Finland to Sweden, Finnlink offers substantial free brunch on boarding and dinner before disembarkation, and good food too. Lots of lovely fish for dinner. Also, because it stops midway at Langnas on Lumparland Island ( Swedish), it is allowed to sell duty free when ...
... return to Stockholm by bus and visit City Hall, where all the Nobel Prizes are awarded except for the Peace Prize (which is given in Oslo). The building is stunning, with one eye-popping room after another. The Gilded Room is a must-see for any visitor to Stockholm!
The group splits after the City Hall tour, with some returning to the hotel for a free afternoon. Others of us continue to the Royal Palace for ...