Quality Hotel Nacka
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rural Swedish life being quickly supplanted by industrialization. His dream (and action) was to have old homes/buildings de-constructed, transported to this island in Stockholm, and rebuilt. As part of this, crafts people and knowledgeable folks would talk about their way of life in remote areas of Sweden. The idea is still going strong and is exceptionally well executed. With actual buildings, true antique furnishings, and multi-multi-lingual ...
... have another museum to visit. This one contains the memories of someone you are all familiar with - Mr. Dynamite Himself, Alfred Nobel.
The Nobel Museum
Set in one of Stockholm’s most beautiful 18th century buildings, is the museum to honor one of Sweden’s own, Alfred Nobel (1833-1896).
Facts about the Man
How incongruous that the man who gives ...
... so we got a burger before walking round the marina towards the cruise ship. It was a leisurely walk and the scenery was good with lots of boats and people about. Someone was selling coffee from the back of a smart car! The boot was converted to have a proper coffee machine. Bizarre. We walked back through Gamla Stan and by this time it was very busy. Kieran and Lucy got a Ben and Jerry ice cream which came to £11 for the two. We made it back to the ship with ...
... in English – lovely polite people, the Swedes. One landmark of interest was the hill nearby, where ships approaching Stockholm could be spotted and piloted and customs dues levied. The view of the archipelago was gorgeous, despite the lowering sky and the imminent rain.
Anders Franzén had owned a tiny little dwelling hereabouts, one that he used as a laboratory and office and house and it was maintained much as he’d left it upon his death in 1993. It ...
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