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... up about 8 months in advance and then your ceremony is 1.5 minutes long. You can ask for the long version at 3 minutes if you want. That's quick! And there is a whole pile of people lined up as they only do the ceremonies from 2-6 on Saturdays. I suppose it is quite efficient.
After that I went on a tour of the royal palace. It is an awesome place where the royal family used to live but in 1987 or so they decided to move to ...
... Germany-Denmark-Sweden. The train was a wide, very comfortable, wooden trimmed thing, and as I was in the last carriage I spotted that you could look out the back and watch the tracks disappearing. Not sure I've ever done that before. I thought I'd be disconnected for the day but no, wifi on train and ferry, all free. The train allows a gb free in a month before it starts charging, though it is possible that with a seat backing on to first class I was picking up ...
Nan woke us early as we had to dress quickly to catch the train to Stockholm before 8.00am. Peter and I rubbed the sleep out of our eyes and followed Nan's instructions to dress quickly. We strapped on our backpacks and hopped across the road to the train station with Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal. We only had to wait a little while before the train arrived and we were allowed to board.
Peter and I hopped up the steps and eventually found our seats, this was ...
We were so lucky to have access to Stockholm's City Bikes fleet through our hostel reservation. For three days we were able to scan our City Bike loan cards to pick up and drop off bicycles between the city's many kiosks. Exploring a new city by bicycle gave us the obvious benefit of covering more ground than we would have been able to on foot. And when you're covering more ground, at the end of the day you feel as though you happened ...
... So Gleb and I, and the kids, got out of the house around 10:30, and got on
the bus to Gamla Stan – the old city. Walked around there, at first just
sightseeing, then looking for a place to eat. The restaurants are certainly more
expensive here; Gleb talks about going to a restaurant around once a month for
dinners, although lunches here are quite different in that there’s a
government-sponsored 20% discount program for ...
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