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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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... workmen who were setting up barricades, we wondered what they were doing and one of them told us they were shovelling snow off the roofs of the buildings! And sure enough, CRASH! Down came snow and ice off the roof from 4-5 stories up! They have to get rid of it before it starts to melt a bit and fall off by itself, as we had already experienced some chunks of ice crashing down nearby. It could be very dangerous.
... to Sofo - another trendy neighbourhood. We also went to the Vasa museum, which is home to the recovered and restored 17th century warship. It was built to be Sweden's greatest warship at 69 m long and 48.8 m tall but on its maiden voyage in 1628 the vessel capsized and sank within minutes of sailing. It sat at the bottom of the sea for 333 years before being recovered. The ship is quite a sight to see and learning about the recovery and restoration was ...
... guides are provided which work very well. The top floor exhibitions are homes & interiors, Swedish folk art, Sapmi (Sami Culture) and small things.
The second floor exhibitions are traditions, table settings, toys & doll houses, jewellery and fashion.
On the ground floor is the Folk-Hemmet apartment which is representative of the type of government housing in the mid 1900's.
... Nathaniel, Cat, and Morgan. The gardens behind the palace were very pretty—very formal with hedges and fountains—my favorite kind. Then, we took a ferry back to Stockholm that picked us up just in front of the palace. I was pretty tired so I stayed on the ship last night and used the convenient Wifi connection I had in my cabin from the port.
Today, I went exploring with my friend, Julia. First we went to the Nobel museum, dedicated to the recipients of the ...
... in the hearts of the enemy by being larger, more ornate, and possessing more cannon than most ships of the time, it was a huge undertaking, consuming 3 years of time and a significant portion of the Swedish economy to build. On its maiden voyage, the Vasa was sailed into the Stockholm harbor headed for the open seas when a gust of wind caught the sails and the heeled the ship so far over to the port side that the water rushed in the open lower gunports and this jewel of the Swedish ...