First Hotel Stockholm Arsta
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... to add to the considerable collection which resides in my garage for 11 months of the year!
The now daily ritual of coffee and cake, turned into fruit juice and cake as we have given up on trying to find a decent coffee as everything seems to be far too bitter.
A relatively early retreat to the apartment at what is the half way mark of the holiday. There's still more Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany (briefly), Netherlands and Hong Kong to ...
We got off the ship and on to an Ala tour bus for a half-day tour of Scokholm. Our guide was, as is the standard for Ala tours, quite wonderful. The first part of the tour was riding the bus through some of the city, past embassies and fine homes. Past many of the city's domed, iconic buildings and bridges with many sculptures.
... but gave up when we couldn't find it. It was a lovely park for a stroll anyway with ducklings and pretty gardens. We caught the tram to the end of the line and then back into the city. We went looking for the electronics shop Dylan had found online that had the GPS we had lost but this particular store didn't have any in stock. We had Greek for lunch from the international stalls near the hotel. I had a plate of chicken souvlaki and Dylan had a plate of ...
I went over to Bro this afternoon to see Anneli and Victoria. I first stopped by the hostel to pick up my gigantic red suitcase that surely weighs more than 20kg (most airlines´ check in baggage limit). Christoffer came with me, so he could help lug it to the central station, from where I took a regional train to Bro.The roads were full of packed snow and gravels, so it was not a cake walk to roll a monster suitcase. I will have to reevaluate my items when I am back. ...
... the builders to get it finished quickly for war with the Balkans, the ship was finished and launched...only to sink about 30 minutes into its maiden voyage. There are a lot of cannon ports in the side of the vasa...two stories in fact.
As you can imagine, it swayed, the ports filled with water, it toppled some more and completely sunk in the harbour of Stockholm.
Given the lack of technology, there it remained for centuries, although it had ...