Best Western Premier Hotell Kung Carl
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hello everyone from Stockholm, Sweden!
As I write, it is pitch black outside but for the dim yellow hotel lights illuminating snow that covers the surroundings of the hotel. Not too cold, 28 degrees F or -2 C (I will use Celsius scale for the remainder of the trip for ease of use. Just remember 32 deg F is 0 deg C & 0 deg F is -18 deg C roughly - an ol' chemistry trick from ...
Stockholm, definitely one of our favourite places so far. It had beautiful buildings, lots of water and it seemed like there was lots of do and see. We started by dropping our bags off at our hostel, a ship moored at Södermälarstrand in the centre of Stockholm. The small porthole in our cabin looked out across the water to the Stockholm town hall. Next we headed of in search of food. I'd read about a gourmet food hall called ...
... It seems a bit cooler this evening.
Upon leaving the Skansen museum we walked past the ABBA Museum. This was not included in our Stockholm Pass so we declined entering. Interestingly, according to what we have heard, the ABBA group is the third largest grossing artistic talent following the Beatles and Elvis.
As we walked along the waterfront we passed by a boat museum which happened to ...
... enabling us to grow enough food to sustain the whole planet and keep up with its growing population. Unfortunately, he also invented the chemical gas used in German gas chambers in World War II. It’s amazing how one person can make both such positive and negative impacts on the world.
I heard that a Swedish scientist somehow got the idea to experiment with scotch tape and coal particles and he’s in the process of developing technology that may, one day soon, ...
... deep in the mouth of the Stockholm harbor. Over the years its exact location, and to a certain extent even the memory of the ship itself, was lost and it lay forgotten for over 300 years.
In the mid-1900s a Swedish historian began to research the wreck in an effort to find its location and was able to do just that. This began an unprecedented and massive effort to raise the ship and to preserve it. As a result of the cold, relatively salt and oxygen-free waters of ...