Comfort Hotel Stockholm
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... But at least we got to travel in a high speed train. It reached 204kph and took 20 minutes to get there. When we spat out of the station I got the map out to see where the hotel was and then looked up and there it was a couple of blocks away in the distance so very easy to find.
The Freys Hotel is not as nice as the hotels we stayed at in Copenhagen or Helsinki but it ...
... out and about in good numbers. In other zoos, I feel like they are hanging in the way back or hiding away somewhere. Anyway, it was really cool! I saw real life reindeer for the first time, and they were not as glamorous as I thought! These didn't even have spots! Oh well.
Then we went into this tiny tavern-like place to get hot chocolate, yum! It was so cute. The whole place was very cute and designed like a big village. There were old farm houses made out ...
Sunday was a travel day as we flew from Kirkenes, the northern terminus of our coastal voyage to Oslo to Stockholm. The weather remains quite warm. In fact, Stockholm is hot - in the mid to high 80s. ( I realize that temperature seems positively mild compared to Visalia.) Before describing our activities in Stockholm, I wanted to add a little more info about Kirkenes. It is an area of about 8000 people and there is not much to do after visiting the Sami ...
... announcement made and everyone got off the train. We followed, confused and unsure of what to do next. I stood, deer-in-the-headlight expression on my face, and spun about looking fruitlessly for some clue as to what we should be doing.
It was Cathy to the rescue. She said 'I'll be back in a minute’ and left me with the luggage standing on the train platform. She was gone for what seemed like an eternity and then returned to fill me in. There had been an ...
... will never actually win such a prestigious award, though I think Spain should really nominate me for one, after all these years of blogging about how amazing the country and its women are. I've surely had a substantial impact on their GDP, in the form of new tourists in search of hot Spanish cities and even hotter women! But what about Lil Buddha? Surely, he is most deserving of a Nobel Peace Prize, for all his worldly travels, snapping photos of himself ...