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... dealing with my ogre by myself. Way to help a brother out spot. This girl was a stage five clinger, if there was a 6 on this scale I'm sure she would attach herself to it. 'Do you like me' 'I think your a nice guy do you want to hang out with me' 'you're not paying me enough attention' - **** settle down honey - you've got a royal flush right here with me in the room so how about you hold your cards tight otherwise you could blow the pot. Chuck Bass does what he wants when he ...
The Stockholm Card provides free transit on the city system so we used the buses, subways and trams to get to our destination. All in all it worked quite smoothly.
Our first stop was Skansen where 5 centuries of Swedish history can be viewed. There are over 150 buildings on 75 acres and represents all cultures from the north to the south. Thankfully the weather has cooperated today although it is still ...
... fascinating story…it sank and was recovered in 1961 and is now in the museum all restored. Amazing. The ABBA museum was extremely well done and fun. Saw the changing of the guards at the castle.
Today we are going into Stockholm again to spend the day. Right now I am late for breakfast. Then we take the bus and subway to the city. Most people walk or ride bikes here. No wonder everyone is in such great shape.
... and did some sight seeing of Stockholme. We went through the Royal Palace, watched the changing of the guards and then did a boat tour around part of the city. This was great and was very informative as the whole trip was narrated.
That was enough time in Stockholme for us, it was time to visit Johans Stoga (which we would call a bach). This place ...
... tradesmen's village to the bottom of the hill and found our secondary objective: one of Stockholm's funiculars to add to our collection of Funiculars of the World. The Skansen funicular is, appropriately, the oldest in Stockholm. It is small and pretty slow - in the time it took us to take the ride, Mr. J walked from the base to the top and met us.
At the top of the hill, the boys stopped to talk to the loggers at the forestry ...