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... first and last entries of my Summer 2008 blog. It's so much better written and formatted, what?? I bolded, hyperlinked, and italicized stuff. I guess around then was the peak of my pumping-out-quality-essays-about-random -topics career, so perhaps I was more prone to writing away witty things and formatting ...
... red Stockholm library card! It's completely free, and I can check out up to 50 books for >4 weeks! I can also borrow and return books at any libraries in Stockholm (there are a a bunch!). I also asked the librarian about any events that could help me learn the language, and she showed me a calendar of "språkcafe", or language cafe. The libraries hold meetings for people to speak Swedish with each other and learn. Unfortunately, this location doesn't hold ...
... br> Not so fancy was the hotel’s breakfast: eggs, beans, bacon, cereals, yogurt, and breads. It was filling, but not as imaginative as last night’s dinner.
We’ve found that an easy and efficient way to get to know a foreign city is to take a hop-on hop-off bus.
That certainly was the case today in Stockholm. It’s a big city, with points of interest spread out on several islands. It’s far too big to ...
... I tried one of my cards one last time before the ATM swallowed it. Oops. I was now pretty stressed about only having one option for money. But I could do nothing about it. So we left our luggage at our hotel, Hotel Oden luggage room and headed out for the day. We caught the metro back into town and headed straight for Gamla Stan. The Old Town of Stockholm and where the old castle/palaver and churches are. First we visited Riddarholmen where we had a great view of ...
Today's the last day in Berlin. Dave is done with his work commitments in Berlin. So we sleep in then wake up just in time to grab breakfast before the hotel restaurant closes till lunch. Rested, full belly and packed, we are ready to start our last Berlin adventure. We meet with Casey again (friend / my previous manager / Dave's current manager) and catch a train to Schoneberg. This time I get there early ...