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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... a bit undwhelming. This changed for the second half of the tour as we stopped for photo ops at the more recognisable landmarks and you can see why people seem to rave about the town. Back to the boat for a very quick lunch before heading out for the second excursion of the day. Literally 45 minutes between excursions. (Without a Visa, this is the only way to visit the city. Every time you get on the boat and off you have to clear imigration. Tip, go through the pain ...
... the most of it. It is a lovely city and a warm and friendly environment. It is no wonder people enjoy living here with a well resourced public health system, great education opportunities and very family friendly policies in place. They encourage people to have children, providing 450 days of maternal/paternal leave at 80% of your pay rate! On top of this all families with children under 16, no matter what their income, receive family ...
... computer room.
After a few hours in the computer room, we went into the city and walked around, despite the cold! It was cloudy pretty much the entire time i was here last, so I noticed new colors and new things around the streets I had walked on so many times before. We found a huge Asian market underground at the Hötorget station. They had a huge selection of sauces and dried goods, and the ...
... of lifts and snowguns to make the snow at the moment...the White looked a stark contrast to the rest of the city.... We spent about 4 hours out which we decided was enough and headed back over to Gamla Stan...we went via the supermarket to buy dinner -Swedish meatballs and frozen veges...they have been a winner with the kids! We did manage to set off the fire alarm in our hostel heating up the meatballs....the kitchenette is tiny and there is no exhaust fan so the ...
... on and there wasn't a place to scan your card. I was like, oh yay, a free ride! But then the conductor was standing RIGHT THERE with his money belt. I heard you get fined hundreds of dollars if you get caught freeloading, so I stood up a bit straighter and asked the conductor where I can scan my card. This guy looked like a little blonde hobbit with a pot belly and long hair. His mannerism was also way too jolly and cheery. He told me he will come around and scan ...