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... 8211; one of the hundreds of islands that make up the archipelago that is Stockholm. Djurgarden is the location of the former royal hunting grounds and has been preserved as a national park. There are numerous attractions that are visited just as much by the Swedes as by tourists. On the island is Skansen, a cultural park started in the 1890s by a visionary (ever notice how visionaries are often thought of as crackpots in their own time?) that ...
... had originally planned to take the taxi to first thing, in order to beat the crowds at Stockholm’s most popular "must see" tourist attraction. The museum was specially built in the nineties to house the Vasa, a 17th century Swedish war ship. On August 10, 1628, the Vasa set sail on her maiden voyage and sank in Stockholm harbour, basically because she was improperly designed and the wind blew her over. The wreck was salvaged in 1961 after 333 years ...
... see us and we walked down to the Old Town to a restaurant called La Rouge. This proved to be an excellent choice. It was in a cellar with vaulted ceilings covered in paintings. We chose the fixed menu which was a reasonable price for Stockholm standards. For starters we had a seafood salad packed with crayfish, crab, scallops and shrimp. Delicious. Then a Beef dish which contained some of the most tender beef I have ever tasted. It was pink and soft and topped with ...
... the boat ride to Stockholm came in handy as an icebreaker and we all sat around chatting. Our roommates included a Swede from the southern part of the country and an Australian who'd been in Sweden for a couple of weeks. They were able to offer us so much advice on what to do and see. And our other roommate, a German, has already offered her home to us on our way through her area. What a great start to our Swedish adventure.
... to discover how little food we could actually enjoy. Fruit and vegetables were in short supply.
We landed in Stockholm at 7 A.M. and were on our way to the hotel in less than an hour. If you visit Stockholm via air you have to take the Arlanda Express. The train transports you to center city in just 20 minutes. I would never consider a taxi and the hazards of traffic congestion in the winter weather. We just board the train (without even ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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