Mornington Hotel Stockholm Bromma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Today started off as a lazy day once again. It was raining, which tends to make many guests hole up in the hostel. There is a Russia vs Sweden Eurocup qualifier game today, so a bunch of Russians and some Swedes are staying at the hostel. I can't remember if I wrote about it yesterday, but the Russians were getting wasted and taking over the sauna and sauntering around with just towels around their waists. According ...
... a good amount of vocabulary. And I only have the capacity to understand 3 very slowly spoken words at a time. Anyway, I could make 100-200 kr a week recycling, and while that's a pittance, I'm doing the environment good! Afterwards, I came back to the hostel to hang out. The Korean guy from yesterday said he'd share his ramen with me, haha. Then there's a pub tour tonight, which I'll join for a little bit. Time goes by so quickly ...
... museum when we were literally surrounded by the arrival of numerous tour buses and ended up watching part of the changing of the guard ceremony which we had not even planned to see. The museum was the Swedish Nobel Museum. Although the Peace Prize is awarded in Norway, the prizes in literature, medicine, physics, economics, etc. are awarded in Stockholm. ( Alfred Nobel was Swedish.). One could spend a lot of time here as there are all kinds of exhibits ...
... most complex riffs on a miniature guitar. We were fixated on him as the melody changed to the familiar tune of Michael Jackson's "Beat It" which resulted in the three of us singing Michael Jackson for the rest of the day.
When we arrived at the new hotel, we were greeted by our fourth cabin-mate, Diego. As the only girl, this of course meant that I had self-appointed bathroom privileges in the morning. The rest of the night turned out to be a bit of a bust since we could ...
... were on display along with some traditional buildings and a bit of a zoo including reindeer, bears and other cool ****. After that we walked back towards the train and came across a really cool exhibit of photos taken of European nature. Here is the link to the website, it is worth checking out (http://www.wild-wonders.com). A bit of a gathering down by the lake for the evening and a quiet night ended our Stockholm ...