Quality Hotel Nacka
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... authored a Northern Europe travel guide in Korean (only second of its kind!) told me about it. Apparently, all these Korean ahjummas in the know hail Gustavberg dishware and discuss the different collections on internet forums... also, I knew Japanese people love the Finnish cartoon character moomin, but she said a lot of Korean people collect moomin mugs. Man, I am starting to feel like I am not Korean enough... like I am an imposter! Maybe I should pay a visit to Moominland in Finland ...
... it is an architectural portfolio, 14 islands, 57 bridges.We decided to locate out hotel(we fly back here Saturday.) Staying on an anchored ship hotel in the Old Town, a great location.
Our ship departed at 4, we watched it sail out from the upper deck, beautiful scenery, all protected by a huge fort at its entrance. It takes hours to reach open sea.
Night- went to a fun show, constant laughter as couples did ...
... to right her therefore allowing water to pour into the 64 open gun ports and send the Vasa to the bottom of the harbor.
The museum does a fantastic job at explaining the history behind the ship and also covers the intensive recovery effort that continues to this day. One of the most incredible things about the ship is the fact that it is 98% original and it is the largest fully preserved wooden warship in the world. It is truly ...
... and the Swedish meatballs for lunch yesterday was a definite highlight of the trip. This morning was another early one, with the metro and then the bus to get to our ferry to the Åland Islands. It is now just after 11pm, and we are waiting for our overnight ferry to Helsinki, which is due to leave at 11.45pm. We arrived here on the islands, in the capital mariehamn around lunchtime, and after a beautiful salad, headed out on another bike ride. I guess I had gotten used to it ...
... for the remainder of the day. 12 May 2014: I slept in this morning since I was still experiencing some post-surgery discomfort. However, I did need to stretch my legs so we just walked around town for a while. After nearly a week of hospital food, I didn't hesitate when loading up at a kebab shop for lunch. This was to be our last day in Stockholm. The memories will always be bittersweet. I'll let you know if they become just bitter when I eventually see the hospital ...