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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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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 ...
... stop was the Vasa museum...it was a "must see" according to everyone we spoke to. The Vasa was an enormous warship built in the 1600s. On its maiden voyage in 1628 it travelled about 1500meters and then sank. It remained at the bottom of the harbour in 30 meters (100 ft) of water until the late 50s when a man decided to try to bring it up before the harbour was filled in. What happened next was an amazing effort of recovery and archeology that blew ...
... for independent travellers. After the talk and on occasions, there have been reminders of the availability of a DVD containing all his slides etc (6 hours) for US$20 as well as a book and other memorabilia, but it is very much soft sell for these and other extras rather than what seemed to be a harder sell on LOTS. Feet up after lunch, some of it in the sun on our balcony, on what has turned into a lovely ...
... 5 mins from the airport. A little full of energy after a nice flight and beautiful weather in Sweden (24c and sunny) we decided to head into Stockholm for a quick afternoon walkabout.
Arlanda is about 45 mins from Stockholm, unless of course you take the bullet train. Let me make a comment here. I have never been to Europe or even out of North America really (besides Jamaica), but the idea of a bullet train intrigues ...
We thought Copenhagen was lovely but Stockholm was even better! It's much bigger than Copenhagen – more of a big, bustling city – but it was very attractive. We saw all the usual tourist sites – and took far too many photos to show you everything, so have tried to pick the best ones!.
The old part of Stockholm (Gamla Stan) is very quaint with some lovely old buildings and very narrow lanes, the ...