Comfort Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... case. The miso soup tasted decent, but then I heard microwave doors opening and closing... the noodles were edible and came in big portions, but yeah. We came back and had the saffran roll cake that we ditched yesterday. A day of refrigeration had done wonders to the roll cake´s appearance. It tasted quite yummy too!! =D
Merry Christmas one last time for this year!
... enough. I did a couple of hours on the bike until I got to Sundsvalle - about a third of the way to Stockholm from camp - where I took a break for an early lunch. Sweden is expensive, and even a pre made Panini from a cafe was a lot. I tried to find a bakery, but I walked for ages and found nothing but cafes and restaurants. I ended up at a supermarket where I got 2 normal croissants, 1 chocolate croissant and an apple. With lunch taken care of, I found ...
From the time we cruised in the narrow channel between all the little islands until the time we cruised out again, we loved Stockholm. I would have liked to have bought a little something here, but we really didn't have time. Our tour started off with a walk around the old quarter - magnificent. Our guide was 6'8" - and no, he didn't play basketball, he told us. He kept throwing in "back in the day", and when I asked where he learned to speak English, ...
... town" past the Royal Palace and the parliament buildings and Treasury. On our return we walked through the King's Garden which is full of colour and a lovely place to sit and watch the passing parade. After a quick dinner we went back to the SMI and watched Ian at work, the first time we had seen him playing the piano and conducting. Ian introduced us to members of the choir which had a beautiful sound and we thoroughly enjoyed our few hours ...
... displayed many priceless original items such as the "Waterloo" costumes. I had my pic taken in a replica "ABBA Arrival" helicopter. Nearby is the Vasa museet, which is a museum for the ship "Vasa". This was a Swedish warship built in 1628, which sank on her maiden voyage after sailing only into the harbour. The design was flawed and she was too top heavy. Oops. Anyway, a ship enthusiast raised the Vasa from the ocean floor in 1961. It is incredible that ...