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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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... most Christian traditions and events in Sweden. Afterwards, we went to the new Espresso House on Drottninggatan for fika (Christoffer and I got coupons for free coffee last time). I had a rooibos chai latte, and it was absolutely delicious!! Then we walked Marcus to the subway station and went off to hunt for these HM knee high socks that I really, really want. It was weird because these Nordic pattern sweaters were 50%25 off on ...
... Royal Mausoleum houses the recent King & Queen. Oslo has its share of beggars in the street as well as poor unfortunates rummaging in street side rubbish bins. There are buskers providing entertainment in the streets and a fair share of burkas although they seem to be confined to an area close to the train station. There are statues all over town . Statues to politicians , play writers, poets and painters as well as mariners even The Devil.. So many statues and memorials it was ...
... Some of these buildings date back nearly a 1000 years and were cleverly designed and built for those times. They are also well maintained.
The ABBA Museum (in honour of the 70's pop group ABBA). It was very interesting as it not only was about the life and times of ABBA but also a contained a rich and interesting history on the evolution of pop and rock in Sweden. After the United States and the United Kingdom, Sweden is the third biggest producer of ...
Apparently two weeks ago storms and rain and 10 degrees in Stockholm so how lucky are we. Sunshine and 33 degrees today We slept in till 9am although I had a disturbed night from 2.30am. We had breakfast at about 10. Great breakfast was meant to be continental but much mire. We both had poached eggs. Went straight to changing of the guards ceremony at pslave. Took about 30 ...
... original heart of Stockholm and includes the Royal Palace. Once again we undertook Rick Steves’ self-guided walking tour, which focused on some of the notable architectural details and points of interest on some quieter narrow streets, while purposely avoiding the also narrow but way more crowded commercial drag of souvenir shops, ice cream vendors and other assorted distractions. We stopped at a sidewalk café and after completing the ...