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... to get on the ship and walk around it. Our guide pointed out that the museum was celebrating its 25th anniversary, so that if I had seen the ship back in the time I said, it had to have been while the ship was being fixed up for final setting in the museum, since it opened in 1990. That may be so, but I do know I saw it and remembered it ...
... many rooms that were not part of the tour and wanted to keep us together so you couldnt stay to take pics.
The council chambers were interesting in their open concept roof design.
... Stop worrying about visa. Matter of fact, stop trying to plan out your next 4-5 months. Once you get there, you will have all the information and help you need. Let events unfold in front of you. Watch things naturally work themselves out as if they were scripted. Be spontaneous and discover what it is like to be in the moment.
2) Relax. Mentally, physically and emotionally. ...
... 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 ...
... the loo… he ended up sprinkling the carpet with a spontaneous spew. He is quite proud that he managed to catch 90% of it in his hands before making it back into the ensuite . After that he perked back up and after downing a mountain of Polish priced (aka cheap!) bacon, eggs and pancakes with chocolate sauce…the kids all headed back to the ball pit in the playarea until our arrival at 1pm.
And thus we landed in ...