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... one down, we found an official city taxi stop and hopped in the one cab waiting there at that time of the morning. At the airport in plenty of time, we checked in and grabbed some breakfast and waited to board the plane.
The flight took off and landed on time as we arrived at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The airport is quite a distance from the center of town but the hotel we were spending our one night was near the airport and a shuttle was going ...
... couple of baguettes and beers. A pleasant lunch. Then in search of a loo we went into one of the big shopping malls and found we had to pay 10 krona (about $1-30) to use the toilets.
From there we strolled back to the waterfront and used our Stockholm Cards to purchase tickets for the Royal Canal tour. This took us right round the big recreational island of Djurgarden and lasted an hour. This island used to be the Royal Hunting grounds but was opened to the public at ...
... stuff or drinking enough water etc etc. my tooth is still playing up, think ill need to get it looked at properly when I'm back. I had washed pretty much all my cloths in the kitchen sink in my dorm/appartment, and had tried to dry them on the dryers there but there was a big que for laundry so it ended up drying on my bunk bed rails, so everyone had a nice view of my undies haha! Done so much hand washing that I have myself a bad friction burn on my hand ...
... flag along the route from Kungliga Biblioteket to Kornhamnstorg.
Stockholm’s St. Patrick’s Day parade normally has about 800 or so taking part. But this year the ranks of the visiting Ireland supporters swelled the numbers to over twice that. It was enormous fun to participate but holding up a flag for an hour and a half is surprisingly tiring work, Still, I managed. All that gym work was finally paying off. The parade ended at a stage set up ...
... few times before. He wanted an elite warship. As a result, he hires a Dutchman named Henrik Hybertsson to build his ship. Henrik builds the ship, dying one year before its maiden voyage. The ship is lavishly decorated with sculptures and paints. Many sculptures are direct insults to the Poles, their enemies. The ship is completed with all sorts of new things. The cannons are all the same size and model to reduce confusion as to which ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility