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... lunch. Everything here is expensive!!! We got three hotdogs and a coke for €11. Just enough to keep Susan from feeling faint! The hot dogs were skinny and twice as long as the bun. They were devoured before we thought about a photo. And once again it was hot. This was the hottest day this year for them. It would not be so uncomfortable except that we have on too heavy clothes. There are lots of historic and impressive buildings and ...
... city. It has a 101 seats for the city government with two chair people leading it rather than one person. It is 101 because they found they had too many split decisions so added one spot later. The building was built around 1927 but with a very old style to it as the Architect wanted to emulate the styles of other European capitols. Some amazingly beautiful rooms were built there and you can see them in the pictures. Three of special note. ...
Camilla's friend Ronny arrived at Camilla's to pick us up at about 7.30am to have a "quick day trip" across to Sweden. We quickly dropped Cornelia off at Kindergarten and we were off.... The scenery was amazing and the intense green fields and rolling hills continued. our first stop was the National Park at Hammaro, which is along Sweden's biggest lake (Vanern) for a brief walk, photo taking and some wild raspberry and blueberry picking. The weather was coming in and ...
... 8230; and they give you about 30cl… therefore whilst the menu says SEK23, it will cost you SEK69, which is about £7, when
Luke decided to have 4 and me three, it add up! Ahh well, it was a really enjoyable evening.
Today we went and did a little walk through the trendy part of Stockholm recently dubbed SoFo… it was ok, but apparently you need to go there in the evening to really appreciate
... very tasty!
You may have seen the picture of the Nyhavn District we sent the other day. That's quite an exciting area, a mix of bars, restaurants, shops, boats old and new along with various tour boats that take people around the city, much like the guided tours you get along the Chicago River and at the Museum Campus in Chicago. We didn't take one, but continued walking and after eating lunch in Nyhavn, walked ...
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