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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... adorable window decorations with music and moving puppets. The ice rink wasn't huge but really cute with Christmas lights and music. There was a good amount of people, mostly kids. Many of them were gliding on the ice while some were falling over every other step. It was fun to watch!! I must bring skates next ...
... stressful than on TV. I guess that's to be expected!! The team captains explained what the dishes were. It was kind of hard to hear. In between the appetizer and main dish, a museum representative also gave is a little spiel on the ship, which sank on its maiden voyage in 1628. Remarkably they managed to lift up the sunken ship in 1956 and create a museum out of it!! 98% of the ship is comprised of its original parts!! Anyway, I thought the dishes looked really great, but the ...
... translated as king´s tree garden (I think). It was not as impressive or colorful as I saw in videos and pictures...... but that might be the cloudy weather. The streets were hopping! We got there a little late, but got into the museum easily enough. There was a crowd surrounding 3 people in suits who were taping down a big white paper on the ground. I saw the artist Huh Hwe Tae in a traditional Korean garb standing around. There were ...
... boat to Drottningholm Palace. This is the Queens Palace, built by one of the queens a few hundred years ago and other royals over the centuries stamping their own influence on it. It is very beautiful and grand from the outside. The gardens are magnificent. We didn't get a chance to see all of it, there was just so much to see. What was lovely to see was ...
... is quite small, but has been inhabited for over 1,000 years! Stockholm used to just be on this one little island, but now is made up of 14 islands. We went for a pizza lunch (not, not reindeer pizza) and then walked along the water to the big shopping street, Drottninggatan. For dinner we went to a cute little Swedish restaurant, Den Gyldene Freden. I had dumplings and Brad had Swedish meatballs - it was ...