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Up at 4.30am for a taxi ride to a pickup point on the outskirts of Paris at 6.15am for a bus ride to the Paris Beauvais Airport for a 9.50am flight to Skanska Stockholm Airport with Ryan Air. Yep a very busy time but all went well, and we also got a great unexpected view of sunrise over the Arc de Triomphe on the way out!
At the Stockholm end, we were first off the plane and able to buy tickets easily for the 80 minute bus trip into Stockholm. Enjoyed the lovely ...
... we changed gates 5 times, received food vouchers, and enjoyed a sense of camaraderie with the hundreds of other passengers that were now marooned in JFK. However, at 3:30, we finally boarded our plane and headed to... Stockholm? Nope, actually Iceland, or more specifically Reykjavik, the country's capital. Once again conflicting intercom announcements led one to believe that we had stopped here for refueling or to alternate our flight crew. Who knows though? ...
... heaven when she saw wine taps. Yes, there was unlimited wine flowing from beer taps! Awesome. And of course there was dessert and good coffee. Good thing we saved the spa for afterwards.
The 12 hours passed way too quickly, but it was a welcome respite from our hyperactive tourism. We also snuck a nap in on our comfortable cabin bed. It was almost like we were on vacation. Next stop, Turku, Finland, the 2nd largest city and former capital of Finland.
... I also like to see all of the people on their way to the airport, poor them, they are leaving my wonderful home!
Then it is a short walk through a quiet neighborhood to my school, Hermods on Olof Palmes gata 29.
Today I arrive a bit early and I'm able to write an entry and add some photos.
So, God Morgon from Stockholm! Hope you have en bra dag!
... chemist, inventor, engineer, entrepreneur, business man, author and pacifist.
Fortune: In his will he left 31 million Swedish Krona (today about 265 million dollars) to fund the prizes.
At the Museum
Once again, we spent hours meandering through the displays (and lunch). After all, ...