Clarion Collection Hotel Wellington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We explored the city until late afternoon. We met our guide: Lisa Rybloomour and her assistant: Pål Bjarne Johansen at our Stockholm hotel at 4 p.m. for a Välkomna to Skandinavia get-together, followed by dinner at Hospodské Dvere restaurant and an orientation walk around our neighborhood. 60;
Arlanda Express train from airport.
T-bana subway to hotel area.
Toured hotel neighborhood.
Stockholm (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈstɔkːˈɔlm, ˈstɔkˈhɔlm]) is the capital of Sweden and the most populous city in Scandinavia, with 905,184 people living in the municipality, approximately 1.4 …
... out recipes we would like to try from the new cookbook we have. Overall, it felt like a lazy Sunday..!
Oh yeah, we went to the Japanese restaurant right by the bus stop called I Love Sushi. The grocery store was closed, and it was the only thing nearby that was open. Christoffer said he has never seen anyone eat there, so we ventured in there to find out why that ...
... some really beautiful sparkling things and also really tiny sculptures that had a strong hint of child labor. They also had a bunch of Viking clothes you could try on. I tried on a red dress, and Gabi tried to put on some stuff but they didn't fit him (I think this activity may have been meant for just kids...). He finally found a blue jacket that fit him... And hey, people in modern times wear jackets like that too! And we saw the tag and yeah, it was a jacket left by some ...
... was of costumes used in HBO’s Game of Thrones, one of our favorite shows (and my favorite books lately).
Finally, we met up with Deanne’s friend Karl, who’s in the International Light Association with Deanne. He showed us some of his inventions and gave me a dose of light therapy. He also showed me a first edition copy of a book that Florence Nightingale wrote in 1860 right after the Crimean War. He’s quite an interesting and intelligent ...