August Strindberg Hotell
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... speaks English, so that has never been a concern.
Google maps on my phone would be really helpful. Just follow the blue dot! Haha. That would mean, I would actually have to be using my phone!
I purchased the 72 hour Stockholm Card – includes entrance to over 80 museums and attractions and unlimited use of public transport. Perfect! I will definitely get my money’s worth.
I was able ...
... the boat trip at 5 PM and decided to treat ourselves to a drink at the famous 5 star Grand Hotel across the street from the boat dock. The Grand opened in 1874 and was the first hotel in the country ( and maybe Europe) with an elevator and who introduced the concept of changing bed sheets when a guest left! It indeed was a grand hotel with matching grand prices; drinks were $20 each! The Nobel prize winners traditionally stay ...
... and found our gate. We boarded for our flight and were off the Sweden! We arrived to Sweden at 11:20pm and found a place to rest for the night in the airport. We found a TV and watched Swedish Pop artist performances! Chandler and I took a walk to see if we could find beds anywhere, and as we were walking back we looked at the screen to see if our gate had appeared. The screen flashes a big read bar that read, delayed until 21:00!!! Our plane was suppose to leave at 10am in ...
... extends to the 14th century Riddarholm church where many of Sweden’s monarchs lie buried. Our Galma Stan tour finished on the Evert Taubes Terrass steps, looking out onto the waters and Stadshuset/City Hall. We walked back to the Royal Palace and booked on to the tour at 11. Unfortunately the Royal Apartments were closed due to preparations for a royal wedding this Saturday, so we couldn't see them. Our guide told us some of the history of the ...
... they didnt have her CDs.