Elite Hotel Arcadia
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... as 4 chicks just hatched last weekend. On their land, they have a garden with all types of fruits and vegetables (we picked some really good, ripe strawberries -- wish they were all like that in Denver). Johanna showed off her improvisiational cooking skills and whipped together a crumble with frozen wild blueberries (that she had picked by hand) with vanilla whipped cream. She likes to bake and is desparate for a cheesecake factory cookbook, ...
... along the river ways marvelling at this pretty city.
The weather was perfect.
She then caught the bus again and continued her journey around the city alighting near the Palace.
It was an easy city to walk around and before she knew it she was in the old town.
Gamal Stan (Old Town) consists of three islands and the buildings are mainly from the 16th and 17th century. ...
I made my way in the end to the main stage. It was still quite early and not much of a crowd. There were singers and a large bonfire waiting to be lit.
I was tired ...
... again took us over 2 and a half hours to look around David said it Was the best museum he had ever visited, neither of us were expecting to see a fully preserved 350 year old Swedeish ship of the line. When she was lunched she was the first 2 gun deck ship of the line thst Sweden had ever built. Shortly after her launch (1500m) she listed and sank taking with her to the bottom all her crew, some are now preserved in the museum. An inquiry ...
... museum, which is possibly the most impressive looking building I have seen in Stockholm. The Vasa museum is hidden behind it. Then there were the Biology museum and ABBA museum (yes! they have a whole museum dedicated to their most famous singing group), then finally, Skansen!
I actually walked over to the wrong entrance, one that is only open on weekends, and was rerouted to the main entrance. There were a bunch of schoolchildren leaving the park (it was 1pm ...