Clarion Collection Hotel Wellington
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... I heard. Then the Swedish guy explained things to me, which was really nice! Also, it seemed like other people also didn't understand a lot or wanted to ask questions but didn't, so I bet they were relieved that they weren't the worst one there and I was there to ask questions! The Dutch girl did tell me later that was the case for her, haha. So we were there for nearly 2 hours, and had a good time! I learned what people did over the weekend. People shared ...
... of islands separated by freshwater lakes and a Baltic Sea lock system. The city of one million is one-third water, one-third green space, primarily forest, and one-third development.
The city is beautiful, especially the harbor views.
... hotel early. We learned that during the winter most people in Stockholm stay indoors and it is a rather depressing and quiet time, compared to the lively and beautiful summer. Despite this, I still found the city very interesting and scenic. I definitely would love to see what it is like during the summertime, however, I am happy I even got the opportunity to visit. After all how many people can say they have visited Stockholm in there lifetime...
... the details in this entry but I will try to get our journey's tale told in the next few days.
To start, Sweden granted me Permanent Residency in early December. We were then able to book tickets to return to Europe. We decided to try Norwegian Airline's new service from Fort Lauderdale non-stop to Stockholm. They were launching their Dreamliner service and they have great oneway fares so it looked like a good ...
... more cricket and then back to the hotel for a rest. We returned to another Irish pub, The Liffey about 2 hours later to watch the last half hour of the day's play. Then we went to a Swedish Restaurant, C & C, for dinner. Here we were served by an Australian girl, Sophie, who was lovely. We ordered local specialties. I had a chanterelle (mushroom) soup followed by wild boar in ligonberry sauce and Fletcher had fried shrimps and then reindeer in a cheese ...