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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... when I cook for someone else, I want it to be tasty. So I end up using the extra amount of butter and sugar I would have normally left out and don't use any healthy substitutes. It's ok though. I am going to live in an ashram that serves really healthy vegetarian dishes all day for 2 months, so I should indulge in these earthly pleasures while I can..!
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Entering Stockholm you are flanked on both sides with a multitude of pine tree covered islands and their little summer cottages. So quaint. It seems the city's residents escape town and the tourists in summer.
We walked the 1 1/2 miles into town, Galma Stan, the old medieval center . Went by the huge Royal Palace set on the water, past churches, down little alleys, past a rune stone dated 1100, tiny streets, the other islands are ...
... had on board.
The Vasa was commissioned not only as a battle implement but also and most importantly as a show piece to demonstrate the might of Sweden and their assured victory over Poland. The ship was decorated very ornately with over 700 sculptures and each one had very specific symbolism about Sweden and the King. Unfortunately the Vasa never had the chance to strike fear into the Polish since it sank after sailing for only ...
... br> Our last major stop for the day was the Vasa Museum. On August 10, 1628 the ship set sail on her maiden voyage and sank in the Stockholm harbour. In 1961 the boat was salvaged and the boat in the museum is 98% original. Many artifacts were recovered fro the vessel which offered insight into 17th century Sweden.
We walked past the Norse Museum on our way back but decided we had done enough for the ...
... back to the 13th century, was well worth a visit. King Erik XIV is buried here. Apparently he oldest son of Gustav Vasa, Erik XIV is mostly famous because he was killed by poisoned pea soup. Erik was king of Sweden from 1560 until he was deposed in 1568. He was imprisoned and in 1577 was most likely murdered. An examination of his remains in 1958 confirmed that he probably died of arsenik poisoning.
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