Comfort Hotel Arlanda Stockholm
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I slept really well last night until about 4:30 this morning. Back to sleep off and on until 6:30 when we got up and had a shower and got dressed. We went downstairs for the included breakfast just after 7. There was bacon, eggs, potatoes, cold meats and cheese, croissants and breads, yoghurt and fruit and juices. A pretty good spread! After breakfast we went back to the room and brushed our teeth then got online to find out about Rosenborg Have ...
... mostly green, red, purple so that their speciality can be recognised and they decorate them. When we spoke to a group of girls they really couldn't explain why all this happens other than it is tradition. And they all have balloons and there are thousands of balloon sellers in the streets....... Strange but true!
Free time to get lunch and shop. We had the best soup for lunch at the marketplace. Then off to the shops to get Wayne some shoes, he is starting to feel ...
... rather than traveling around solo in this dark, cold place... she says she's headed to Oslo tomorrow for 5 days and will decide what to do. Sigh. I hope things turn out ok for her.
After that, I reorganized my stuff, so I can drop off my suitcase at Anneli's in the coming days. Most things are going to in the suitcase, then I have some winter clothes I need in the next 2 weeks, and then clothes for Thailand. ...
... ungoogable, Google challenged it but it lost, it is considered a mainstream word.
_when Danish king attacked old city in 1700's, the nobles rallied together and fought them off for 6 months, with no supplies they surrendered to the Danes with the proviso that their lives be spared. The Danes agreed. When the Danish leader then became king he invited all the nobles to the ceremony,92 in all, at ...
... us. We spent some time chatting before making our way to a concert. I'm lucky enough to be here during the Stockholm Culture Festival - this year's theme is Barcelona. The entire festival is free and consists of many outdoor performances! Last night was Manu Chou, a French artist who spent time living in Cuba. His band has a very Caribbean/Latin/reggae feel.
Today, I slept in and then made my way on ...