BEST WESTERN Kom Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... most of the day but the slush was not as bad as the last couple of days, at least the snow was laying as snow and staying there! The old part of the City and Sodermalm are quite beautiful in the snow, the colours of the buildings against the white of the snow makes a very picturesque scene.
This evening we ate in the hotel restaurant Belgobaren. We had noticed it was chock-a-block full each evening so figured it might be ...
During our time in Stockholm we made good use of all the warm clothes we packed as the temperatures were a damp and cold 6-8 degrees. We were excited to taste the local cuisine including Skagen, pickled herring and Swedish meatballs!
What do you think of when I say Sweden? IKEA, Swedish meatballs, and the people. There appear to be two lineages here... The Vikings, and the Swedish blondes! We felt we should capture a moment shared with ...
... from the museum to the Opera House but it was too late for tours. It is a very impressive structure complete with the Royal Boxes.
Final stop was the City Hall which is a very impressive but somewhat austere looking building. It is on the waterfront.
One building we often wondered about turns out to be a hotel designed by a German architect. It seems there are various opinions about its ...
Kelly was in her element! What can I say? ABBA the museum!!
We have officially indoctrinated our children into the world of ABBA - don't call DCP. Will cried when he couldn't buy a t shirt at the end of the tour. Kelly had the opportunity to sing in the studio as well as sing and dance on stage with the group. An unforgettable experience! Plenty of laughs.
... other things for which to watch out. Then one person from each couple introduced the couple to the rest of the group. Come to find out, about 7 of them were related (sisters, cousins, daughter's mother-in-law). Then we went in to the restaurant for dinner. I sat across from Ron, who is retired and living in Delaware. We talked about our other trips, living in Delaware, jobs, etc. Good company! Then after dessert, we returned to our ...