City Lodge Stockholm
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... Sandhamn as a base from 1886, using the gardens of the customs house for their meetings until they’d built a large club house ten years later. This remained their club house until 1982, when they sold it and it is now a restaurant, essentially unchanged apart from function and it was immediately outside it that we were directed to berth by one of the marina staff. Apparently, we were extremely fortunate to have a berth so quickly, the norm is for boats to be kept waiting ...
... expert so we decided we needed to check it out.
It wasn't even 5 so the bar was almost empty. At first we weren't even sure if it was open, but Andreas, the bartender, welcomed us and soon we were talking with him and another employee, Johan. While Andreas was busy giving us samples of different beers, Lars told Johan about Anders and within a few minutes he realized that he knew him quite well. I messaged Anders via Facebook (He lives in California, ...
... cupola which was atleast a thousand steps high and the corridors were tiny. When we finally reached the top i noticed i was scared of hights. So without even thinking for a second i pushed myself twards the wall and made my way back down the stairs.
After the church we we ate a pizza and made our way to the colluseum. On our way my dad almost got robbed but he was lucky and didnt fall for the sceme. The colluseum was less than i ...
... We had planned no formal excursion so off we went with guidebook in hand at 9:30. It was quite a walk into town so we booked the shuttle for $15/ea round trip. We were dropped off near gamma Stan (the old town)' and immediately walked to City Hall. It was such a gorgeous day & we were enjoying the atmosphere of this lovely city. We toured City Hall which is ...
... than the other airports I’d just flown through. The deplaning
passengers went from the gate through a short corridor that took us right to the
carousel. The luggage was there within minutes, and the although the exit seemed
to indicate a customs inspection, there was just another small corridor leading
right to the exit from the airport. The only peculiarity in this otherwise
efficient Swedish system ...