Colonial Hotel Stockholm
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... We convinced Dan to see the Vasa, said our good byes and went back to the markets.
It started to rain so our trip to the markets was a wet one.
Once we got there we decided on cabonara with mushroom. Got all the ingredients but cream. Then we went to a Supermarket and back to the hostel.
Cooked dinner. packed and then to bed.
Friday 29th August ...
... rural Swedish life being quickly supplanted by industrialization. His dream (and action) was to have old homes/buildings de-constructed, transported to this island in Stockholm, and rebuilt. As part of this, crafts people and knowledgeable folks would talk about their way of life in remote areas of Sweden. The idea is still going strong and is exceptionally well executed. With actual buildings, true antique furnishings, and multi-multi-lingual ...
... Stockholm. Again, it was with my friend, Erik, who returned to his hometown of Upsula to visit his parents. Located about 44 miles north of Stockholm, Upsula (newer spelling, Uppsula) is the fourth largest city in Sweden and home to the major university. After time there, we returned to Stockholm and spent days booked into the five star Grand Hotel. Part of their brochure description:
The Grand Hôtel ...
... building. Gamla Stan is entirely cobblestone..so it was interesting pulling our suitcases thoroughthe tours..tink tink tink tink (we were a little disruptive, oops!). We made it to our Hostel where we dropped off our bags and took to the streets. There we were overwhelmed by tourists and very cliche Swedish souvenirs, but I'd say it was very fun! WE acquainted ourselves with the area, bought a few groceries and settled down for dinner in old ...
... being so lazy and go out and see Stockholm while we still had the chance. They didn't even say hi or give us a chance to open our mouths, so after they bit our heads off, we explained to them the situation. No apology was given, quite the opposite, laugher rippled through the room. "Sucks to be you" was the next and the last thing that was heard as they were already out of the door. Leaving us there to wallow in our misfortune. Roommate kinship, what a strange bond. Finally we ...