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... Art in Gamla Stan. It was a pretty inconspicuous place off one of the main streets in the old town. I went downstairs and immediately spotted a big group (8-10 people) and asked if it was the language group. Then I joined at the end of the table. A twitchy Hungarian guy and a Brazilian lady who speaks intermediate Swedish joined. She talked really fast, and I was pretty intimidated and discouraged! But the Hungarian guy seemed pretty lost too, and we were joined by ...
... they rode along the waterfront.
I assume they were returning from taking part in the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony at noon at the Royal Palace (Sweden is a monarchy, after all.)
A short distance away, we noticed a small group of soldiers, dressed in ceremonial uniforms, shiny old-fashioned spiked helmets, and tall boots. They were marching at a fast pace and not exactly in unison.
Our bus was caught in traffic, so ...
We landed at 7:30 AM. Stockholm's airport is quite small so Immigration was easy. There were 6 Regent travelers on our flight and we waited on the shuttle bus for 20 others who had just landed from Chicago. We were at our hotel, the Scandia Grand Central, by 9:00 AM. We couldn't get into our rooms until the afternoon, but we had booked a 3.5 hour land/sea tour leaving at 11:30 AM. A couple we met from La Jolla, Joe and Edith joined us. It was called the Grand ...
... Train Station had contemporary styling – white neon signs at every store and white shiny walls. I put 10 Kroner into turnstile to use a modern co-ed washroom there. After walking along waterfront past many grandiose buildings many from 19th century with colourful awnings, we entered the Vasa museum. There we saw the wreck that was salvaged in 1961 after 333 years under the sea. The vessel was 98% original with hundreds of ...