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... suit collect many of the CDs I wanted & then grab a rock board game too ... grrr-full), $90 for the Rock Science board game I now want, $6 for a regular coffee and $11 for a regular Whopper ... not a meal either! We had our buffet breakfasts with Swedish fair & found a little Asian Wok place that was under renovations so got discount meals there. Tried some Swede beers ... of course!
ABBA Museum was ... a fantastically entertaining and informative ...
... surrounding the water works.
Lake Bornsjön, the reserve water source, is today a restricted area and the work to protect the lake has been so successful that its water today matches drinking water quality without treatment.We also treat and purify wastewater to ensure that the aquatic environment is protected. The company owns and maintains 5,300 km of water and sewer systems.
Stockholm Vatten is municipally owned and is organised in ...
... be the heaven of hipsters, when hipsters die they must pedal their fixie over to the pearly gates of Stockholm to live with their own ironic kind.
After dodging many one gear bicycles, getting ironic stares and moving around acoustic sing-alongs we finally located our hotel, checked in and then for some reason, crashed out and slept again. We eventually emerged in the afternoon with a clear plan for Sweden, three major tick boxes that must be ...
... second day, told people to be ready for pick up at 7.50am but did not show up til after 8am.
We chatted about cruises for a while and then parted ways … I tried to see the Internet guy a few times but he was doing some kind of class.
By then it was about 4.30pm and I decided that a visit to the Doctor … again … was in order … my bronchial infection had not disappeared and I had finished my anti-biotics.
... quarter in which Blomkvist and Salander lived. Once the labourer's quarter, nowadays, one of the most fashionable places in Stockholm. Sodermalm means nothing more than "southern island". As you can figure out, it lays in the south of the city. It brims with restaurants and cafes, and the main street - Gotgatan - is busy and crowded. If you're interested, you can take the "Millenium Tour", and trace Larsson's trilogy together with a guide.
Next stage of our walk is ...