Mornington Hotel Stockholm Bromma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and first hotel without James ! Then within an hour he was at the hotel. Decided to do the Hop on Hop off cruise. First we walked to find a chemist, where we both topped up supplies. Then an ATM for me. Then a long walk to the waterfront. It was so hot and I was tired. We had Swedish meatballs in a park cafe. Then the boat. The trip was lovely with such a pretty city to look at. We got off at the first stop ...
... older brothers' Caspian Sea oil fields and the prizes he funded posthumously were sur-prizes to his would-have-been-heirs.
After our stop at the Grand Hotel we rented bikes and enjoyed the gorgeous weather on the bike path ringing the island Djurgarden, peddling past posters announcing the 70th birthday celebration of Pippi Longstocking, enormous private mansions, a festive amusement park, charming outdoor cafes and ...
... frozen lakes, but this time with the sun glinting off them. We even saw some guys sat on a lake in deck chairs fishing through a fishing hole, didn't manage to get a picture though as I'd got a Volvo right up my **** and there was nowhere to stop. We had a stop and looked around Karlstad, and then had a wander along the lakeside that for once was like a regular lake and had water in it instead of ice. We drove on to our accommodation. We'd booked this one and then took ...
... at Sergels Torg. I've walked past it many times and have wanted to have an occasion to go in there! We got there about an hour early to collect our tickets. There was no line, and the person at the booth said she "thinks" Klarabio is on the second floor. Haha, what..? We went to walk around a bit before returning and going up to the second floor. We came to a large cafe/bar/concession area, so I thought that might be it... But it said THEATER above ...
... a GIGANTIC restored vessel. This glamorous but unseaworthy warship sank minutes after its maiden voyage in 1628, yes that is not a misprint date. 333 years later it was resurrected from the bottom of the harbor's floor. It is amazing, it had brightly colored wooden sculptures adorning it, 64 cannons and a 10 foot carved lion on its magnificent prow.
We then set off for Djurgarden, (was king' ...