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... walk away. We got there in time to watch the changing of the guard ceremony at the Royal Palace. It was quite interesting but not as elaborate as in the peak tourist season when it is done on horseback. We then walked around sightseeing in the Old Town area. Of course we stopped for a local beer. After a couple of hours we walked back to the train station to catch the train back to the ...
Today is starting off with a light drizzle with an expected high of 79°. All but 8 guests are disembarking today and they are expecting 250 new guests to start boarding about 2PM. This leg starts and ends in Stockholm with 3 days in St. Petersburg, Russia, and a day each in Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia.
Because of all this activity, we are headed to the museums on Djurgarden. Djurgarden is a forested and sparsely populated ...
From the time we cruised in the narrow channel between all the little islands until the time we cruised out again, we loved Stockholm. I would have liked to have bought a little something here, but we really didn't have time. Our tour started off with a walk around the old quarter - magnificent. Our guide was 6'8" - and no, he didn't play basketball, he told us. He kept throwing in "back in the day", and when I asked where he learned to speak English, ...
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 ...
... of Stockholm when compared to other European capitals is that it spans a series of islands connected via bridges. You might think that this could make it difficult to get from one part of the city to another (as, say, Venice's canal system does), but Stockholm is so small that most of the major areas of interest are within walking distance (NOTE: this largely depends on what you consider to be "walking distance").