BEST WESTERN Kom Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fare. Plenty of seafood, cheese, lamb and bread. We end up with a snack to take home for dinner. Once we've sated our interest, it's back on the Hop-on-Hop-off bus and down to the water again to find the floating restaurant Angbatsbryggen for a delightful lunch. I choose the steak and a dark beer while Cheryl has the deep fried tuna and glass of Sancerre.
Following lunch Cheryl decides to head back to the hotel while I head for the Vasa Museum. This museum is one ...
... it (heresy?), but Rick Steves implied that King Gustav wanted the boat to have too many cannons and be skinnier than possible to be seaworthy, but the shipbuilder didn't second guess the king.
We relaxed at the Djurgården park (the largest park in a nation's capital in Europe [We think, they had a lot of qualifiers for it]) since the weather was nice (mid 70s and there were no clouds), then walked home (a 45 minute walk that can only be shortened by ...
... It started drizzling, which made the weather even colder!! Thankfully, I had worn my big puffy jacket and was ok!
Then we walked over towards my hood-- Sergels Torg, haha. It was a lot of fun to walk around the city with Christoffer since he has lived here his whole life and has little stories for practically every area of the city. He also knows a lot about history! So yeah, we hung around and had dinner at a kebab place. I had a kebab pizza, which was sooo ...
... shores along Strömmen, an excited public waited to watch the ship leave Stockholm and celebrate her departure. Over a hundred crewmen were on board, as well as women and children. The crew had permission to take family and guests along for the first part of the passage through the Archipelago.
For the first few hundred meters, Vasa was warped along the waterfront with cables from the shore. ...
... it was, we had to "settle" for just the islands of Grinda, and Vaxholm. Cute, quaint, and charming, Grinda and Vaxholm both were perfect spots to briefly escape the bustle of the big city, and enjoy a little bit of nature, as well as a salty-little seaside town. They were more than adequate consolation prizes today, and infinitely satisfying in both the experience, as well as the opportunity to cross a couple more ...