Best Western Hotell Arkipelag
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This morning no sunshine. This morning a steady rain falls over Stockholm. Grey clouds hide any blue sky, and the sound of the falling water come in through the open balcony door. What a morning to turn around in bed one more time!
But nature calls and in the kitchen I find Lina, ready to go to work. She gives us instructions on how to get to the harbor and the it is a long hug and goodbye to our new friend.
The rain keeps coming down in torrents, and there is little to call ...
... champaign and we were soon toasting our short holiday with our friends.
We elected the early seating so we could then go on deck to see the beauty of the Sjogården in the light of the setting sun. We also enjoyed listening some of the passengers sing in the karaoke bar...some quite good, others who were sadly unaware of the quality of their voice. But lots of fun...especially when the words were ...
... afternoon, we enjoyed the sun and later, watched another episode of 'The Honourable Woman’ – still puzzling as to where it’s going. Tomorrow Sweden, all being well. Looking around, this really is an United Nations of yachties, we have the following, reading from left to right from the welcoming flags that the marina hoists :-
Canada, Britain, Holland, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Denmark, Sweden and of course, ...
... getting fairly full off of the fish, but needed to stick with tradition, and move on to the various salads, cold cuts, and cheeses that were now beckoning us.
It's a good thing that we found the hot dishes to be somewhat disappointing, since we were beyond full by the point we were ready for them. Of course, having been trained on North American buffets for years, where there's no rhyme or reason to the ...
... just keeping coming moving vacationers in and around the area and between the major cities of the Baltic.
The town is relatively modern with a few remaining historical homes and a great example of the the famous Clippers that were built on the Clyde and sailed around the Horn on the trading route between Europe and Australia.