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... room reminiscent of a gypy's caravan. From all the walking, we were more than happy to take a quiet moment drinking in the relaxing atmosphere while sipping hot tea and coffee.
Later on, we were tipped off about an indoor market and I was determined to find it. Luckily, it was only a short walk from the coffee shop and we were greeted with rows of fresh fruit and vegetables, charcuterie, foreign cheeses, and the most magnificent display of fish and other seafood. I ...
Dinner last night was in the East to West restaurant which is a smaller room where you have to book a table. The food is Asian and was exceptionally good. Our dinner companions were the lady from yesterday who thought I was young and her daughter. They were good company and she continued on her theme of commenting on our age by thinking we were newly weds! Lyn Paul was at the table next to us with her sister so had a chat with her saying how much we had enjoyed her performance. Today ...
... hampered by the grey days (everything looks better in the sun) and perhaps our choice of activities. We didn’t need to spend a day going out to Birka, and I think perhaps we were somewhat restricted by the fact that everything cost a lot, although Smorgasbord is highly recommended – worth the blow out.
Sea sick pills have been taken, beds made up, and Luke snoring gently next to me. Time for bed. Next update ...
... old red double decker bus that you see in major cities everywhere. Complete one way the tour took 2hrs so for the first time I just stayed for the entire trip & figured out what I wanted to do for tomorrow. The rest of the late afternoon I walked around & took photographs of street Christmas decorations at night. I have to give Stockholm the award for the most bright & colourful decorations I've seen all trip. The photographs really don't ...
... area. Further down the canal we passed many of the buildings and museums I had seen earlier in he day. Then a bit further we were told that a memebr of ABBA owns one of the houses along the canal.
That night I ended up eating at a Chinese restaurant called CHOPSTICKS. I ate the best Chinese food I have ever tasted. It was an orange chichen with orange juice smothered lightly on the chicken over rice and with small pieces of fresh orange mixed in. YUMMY.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet