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... rescue party, turned up to call the whole thing off. Well that was until she ran off, in a sort of weaving fashion, with lots of moving parts after oldie.
Luckily by 5am it had quietened down just enough to get 40 winks.
Got back to the bikes and all was fine, I was a Royal Engineer, and we all waved goodbye and got off the boat. I was knackered, so looked for a cafe so I could get some coffee and sort the next bit ...
... old Palm House from 1874 that is 16 metres tall and has narrow, cast-iron spiral stairs leading to a passageway at the top. The gardens are studded with lakes, bridges and lovely flowerbeds. We walked up to Observatory Hill then around to the Palm House which unfortunately wasn't open. We walked back through the Rock Gardens then crossed the road to get to Rosenborgs Castle. We didn't have time to view the castle so instead we walked around ...
At best this can be categorized as a large private collection on display.
They didnt do much to tell the story of Abba after Waterloo, their subsequent albums or singles, success in other countries like Japan or Australia, the solo careers after Abba, lessor known ...
... shelled out twenty quid for a couple of bowls of soup and then went to the Vasa museum. The Vasa museum is supposed to be a Stockholm must do and for once the guide books are spot on. It houses a full size wooden galleon warship that sank on its maiden voyage in 1648 and sat at the bottom of the ocean for three hundred years before it was salvaged in the 60's, dried out, tarted up a bit and put into the museum. And it is absolutely awesome. It's an amazing thing, but ...
... translated as king´s tree garden (I think). It was not as impressive or colorful as I saw in videos and pictures...... but that might be the cloudy weather. The streets were hopping! We got there a little late, but got into the museum easily enough. There was a crowd surrounding 3 people in suits who were taping down a big white paper on the ground. I saw the artist Huh Hwe Tae in a traditional Korean garb standing around. There were ...