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The most impressionable part for me was the mourning grove, a group of willow trees at the top of a hill. It was SO EERIE!!! But once we climbed the stairs and got up there, there was a beautiful array of candles (that were kind of hard to see with such a big crowd). It was hard to move about, and the paths were muddy.
We walked around some more and enjoyed the beautiful candle lights. There must've been thousands of people in the whole cemetary. We ended ...
... me going too far). There was a bike lane for much of the way, and I didn't have any other bikes in my vicinity. There weren't many hills either, so it felt safe and easy!
I got there a little past 3, and the meeting wasn't until 5:15. So I walked around Saint Eriksson street, which seemed to be a big shopping street in the area. A lot of boutiques and restaurants and stuff like that. Nothing too fancy. I asked this lady if she knew where ...
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 ...
... throughout Scandinavia but nowhere else. She joked that the visitors usually take pictures holding the microphone. My eyes lit up and the inevitable happened: see attached photo :) We even met a couple that spend their winters in Clearwater, so we exchanged information and are going to try to meet up when they fly over. How cool is that? We had to race from the meeting to the hostel to get changed and back on the metro before 2pm because our Stockholm cards were about ...
... across 14 islands at the intersection of Lake Malaren and the Baltic Sea. The city has a lot of natural open spaces, open water, and is very clean.
The Old Town is called Gamla Stan and was the original capital. This part of Stockholm dates back to the 13th century. Gamla Stan is home to Stockholm Cathedral, the Royal Palace, the Stockholm Stock Exchange, the world's oldest restaurant, the Stortorget which is the site of the Stockholm Blood Bath of 1520. ...