Sven Vintappare Hotel
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... and became a millionaire, worth over 150 million. Nicknamed merchant of death, read his own obituary(brother had died not him) and decided to improve his legacy,left his money to an organization that would honor those that contribute to the world in some way. Museum houses all sorts of memorabilia and info on the Noble prize winners. Can you name one of the 2013 winners?
Thai food for dinner two entrees, one beer$100. But it was delicious!
... out of large blocks of ice and kept at about 19 degrees in order to make sure it stays that way. Before you enter they give you these pretty silly looking ponchos with a fur lined hood and gloves attached which of course just adds to the ambiance since all of the other guests are wearing the same uniform as well. Included in your entry fee is a cocktail served in a block of ice that has been hollowed out in the center which was pretty neat ...
... and Chris – a singer and guitarist and it became a bit like the Rat Pack! Both Joe and Darren could tap dance – but Joe was the only one with tap shoes so the shoes were being swapped around and even Chris had to don them and give a performance – although apparently he’s never tap danced in his life! But what a fabulous evening of fun, laughter and entertainment. And once again it was about 12.30am before we headed up to ...
... bean ragout, fried langouistine, fresh herb salad and foi gras foam
A fantastic scallop
Arctic char baked in butter with variation of asparagus,jerusalem artichoke puree, and wild garlic sauce
Mint and champagne, lightly frozen using dry ice
Suckling lamb, rosemary fried sadel, ...
... back to the 13th century, was well worth a visit. King Erik XIV is buried here. Apparently he oldest son of Gustav Vasa, Erik XIV is mostly famous because he was killed by poisoned pea soup. Erik was king of Sweden from 1560 until he was deposed in 1568. He was imprisoned and in 1577 was most likely murdered. An examination of his remains in 1958 confirmed that he probably died of arsenik poisoning.
One of the he ...