First Hotel Stockholm Arsta
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... out what it is. I think it sounds like someone doing one loud strum on a guitar and Amanda thinks it sounds like the pirate ship at Skegness. It happens over and over but isn't repetitive like a machine or some kind of industry, don't know what it is. I even had a look on the roof to see if I could see a Viking pirate with a giant guitar up there, but no. And the door, it's one of those where you wave a keycard at it to open it and then it does a few beeping noises and ...
... weeks in Wales, London, Ireland and later on bicycling in south of France, Monaco and North Italy. Things may change or more likely routes may change (speaking of previous experience). After, what's coming to be two lovely months in Europe, I'll find my way home and finish my vaccination before I fly to Zambia. That's a different adventure so I'm gonna save it for later.
... instructed to leave the car in the station parking lot and give the key to the clerk at the nearby newsstand. The clerk gave signs of recognition, so it wasn’t a surprise to him, at least.
We got on a train to Alvesta and transferred to a high-speed train to Stockholm. The differences in the trains were comparable to the difference between driving a late-50s family car and a current one. The old one may have had more character (if not nostalgia), but the new one ...
... Peace Prize, made his fortune by inventing an explosive. Yet, it was this invention, and the controlling of the ingredients, that allowed Alfred Nobel to achieve enough money to establish his trust into perpetuity.
Known for: The inventor of dynamite and holder of 355 patents.
Born: 21 October 1833.
Died: 10 December 1896.
Languages: Spoke five languages fluently at the age of 17.
... return to Stockholm by bus and visit City Hall, where all the Nobel Prizes are awarded except for the Peace Prize (which is given in Oslo). The building is stunning, with one eye-popping room after another. The Gilded Room is a must-see for any visitor to Stockholm!
The group splits after the City Hall tour, with some returning to the hotel for a free afternoon. Others of us continue to the Royal Palace for ...