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... fame for us is it's the largest hemispherical building in the world and there is a capsule ride up the outside to the 130 m summit. From there, no getting out, but you can see for miles all around. Retraced our steps and trammed it to the Vasamuseet. Now this is a museum ! It's sole purpose is to inform on the history of the Vasa....nothing else. This was a man o war built in 1628 and sank in Stockholm harbour on its maiden voyage in 1629..(same year Vlamingh found Rottnest). ...
Hello from London! I arrived back in this fabulous city last night and have spent the day wandering around and getting myself reacquainted with all the sights and sounds. It feels a little bit weird being back after 7 years - some things are different, but a lot of it is exactly as I remembered, and I can't decide if that's a good thing or not. But before we get into all things London, I need to catch everyone up on the last few days of my Scandinavian adventure, ...
... inspired me to I start a book Thats been on on my list: The Distraction Addiction: Getting the Information You Need and the Communication You Want Without Enraging Your Family, Annoying Your Colleagues, and Destroying Your Soul by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang.
...but I got distracted after 20 pages. Yikes!! I blame the jet lag.
I suppose I'll continue people watching; these model-worthy men aren't too bad to watch, anyway. ;)
... composers (and also the only one that most people have heard of): Jean Sibelius. Given the nature of street signs here (conspicuously absent), we got a little lost on the way and ended up cutting through a cemetery. The park was very nice, including a bust of Sibelius and a monument shaped like organ pipes. Why organ pipes? Turns out that Sibelius was a Freemason, and was Grand Organist of the Grand Lodge of Finland. More on Freemasons later (surprisingly).