Clarion Collection Tapto
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... iPhone 6-- wow! It was my first time seeing an iPhone 6 since I have been on the road ever since it came out, and technology is not one of the things I keep tabs on. Its shape resembled more of a Samsung Galaxy than the rounded rectangle of an iPhone. The price tag had me foaming, but good for Victoria for saving up and pulling together all her gifts and resources to get what she wanted!!
We had fika-- Anneli had the most delicious, creamy left ...
... her front door. She also has a large shopping centre and cinema about 500 metres away in the opposite direction, so we completed the day at the movies seeing, '100 feet from Bombay to Paris' or whatever it is called in English. The movie was in English with Swedish subtitles. Scandinavians never dub movies, they always have subtitles, which may explain why they can all speak English!
... of Gamla Stan. I stumbled upon a bar called Stampen, which claims to be a world famous jazz and rhythm n'blues pub. There was a blues band jammin out so I stayed and listened for a bit. This place has seen the likes of Alice Babbs, Dizzy Gillespie, and more! I continued to wander until I found a suitable place to enjoy an early dinner.
This evening, I've made my way back to the outdoor concert area ...
... 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 ...
The day starts with an excellent city tour that takes in both tourist sites and quirky, allotments and green town! We finish the your at the Vasa Museum, a reclaimed 17th century warship that capsized after only sailing 330m. It was rediscovered in the late 50's, with the wood structure virtually intact in a depth of 30m but it took several years to bring to the surface ...