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... was really weird and sad and funny and awkward. Anyway, then we rode over to Skeppsholmen (I think I'm skipping a lot of the stops and places we passed because I don't remember their names). Stockholm is basically a city of islands very close to one another. There's a little fortress called Kastellholmen with a Swedish flag and a boat making handicraft school. If one ever captures the city of Stockholm and break their 200 years of peace, ...
... 35pm. It is now 11pm, and I am writing this entry aboard the train as we approach the city. A fog has arisen in the countryside, and the sunset is dazzling. There must be trolls out there somewhere!
Now almost 1am, and everyone safely checked into their rooms. Two taxis were to collect us, and they were delayed. The taxi I finally got into (#2) took us to the wrong hotel. Ah, the joys of international ...
... cramped buildings, hearing of overworked/high tax paying locals and not being able to find a bottle shop (or a can of beer above 3.5% alcohol volume) for love nor money. A two-night stay in Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city and the home of Volvo, Scandinavian metal and thousands of students (one of the biggest university towns in all of the Nordic countries) had us experiencing our first comfy Eurail train journey to get there and a sense of a more laid back, multicultural ...
We discovered the Cafe last year via a Swedish vegan internet site. While they serve dairy and eggs as well as veggie menu items they were happy to make us a vegan frukost macka (breakfast sandwich). They used a wonderful wholegrain pumpernickel bread topped with greens, avocado, cucumbers, onions, and sprouts and then drizzled with a bit of ...
... record was in the programme but as it was in Swedish I could not read it.
Looking forward to catching up on our sleep, the subway ticket machines would only take cards & not cash, so we had a long walk back. This was made worse by Ian who is usually a good map reader taking us in the wrong direction. It was a relief to finally see our square & in bed by ...