BEST WESTERN Kom Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and his new princess, ex reality show star, drive past in the royal open carriage complete with horses and mounted escorts. Very nice and we are pleased we bothered A text from Roger, we meet and head back out of town for a beer on Sodermalm...so is everyone else and its slow going. My foot is killing me, swollen and I'm finding it hard so even slower for me. Finally out of the crowd we climb a huge stone stairway and hey presto here is a ...
It was now past noon and I was finding many of the museums closed today for the May 1 holiday. I found the Stockholm City Museum on Sodermalm Island just south to Gamla Town which was also closed. Nearby was the Stockholm Mosque I'd planned ...
... is outspoken about getting rid of the royal family. The royal family does seem like an antithesis to the Swedish philosophy of jante (nobody's better than another) and progressiveness. Oh yeah, she also explained the mother from Max acted strange yes, but some Swedish people are very squirmish about having their pictures taken. Apparently you aren't allowed to take pictures at bars here!! You'll get your camera taken again! Also, on cruises, they will take your camera away and ...
... is strawberry soup with caramel ice cream, which is simply to die for!
Four of us power on after dinner to attend a Bach organ concert at the Swedish Cathedral (next to the Royal Palace). The organist does a passable job with the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, but struggles through the Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor. No matter; it is a splendid conclusion to a fantastic stay in Sweden!
Denmark, here we ...
... take on royalty the couple were married and he was named a prince. Apparently this little drama raised the popularity of the Swedish Royalty amongst the population. Ahhh, the drama of the rich and famous.
Stockholm is a city built upon 19 islands connected by ferries, buses, subways, trains and bridges. We took advantage, once again, of the hop on hop off boat and bus tours. After touring Gamla Stan on foot, we did the ...