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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tour groups never go because large busses cannot pass the narrow streets. We proceed to the old city and do a walking tour of the historic district surrounding the Royal Palace. Lunch is seated outside on the square fronting the Nobel Museum.
The highlights of the afternoon are the impressive Vasa Ship Museum, housing the massive warship which sunk on its maiden voyage in ...
... on the plane then crash at home as soon as the girls go to bed. Speaking of, I *cannot* wait to see the girls. I hope customs is a breeze being we arrive in Oakland - fingers crossed! Then we can zoom home and love on those lil' munchkins! So grateful for this trip and for Nataly who made this happen by watching Sydnee & Simone for us. Muuuwaahhh! Signing off. Ps. No pics w/ this entry. ...
... traffic and stop lights. Chelsea had a pretty hard time keeping pace with everybody but it worked out great; I could hit it hard at the front while Brittany had an excuse to take it easy and keep Chelsea company. I have a whole new appreciation for bike tours and would definitely be up for doing it again. So many people get around on bikes as it is that you never feel out of place and we covered way more ground than we would've on foot. The guide taught us so much about ...
... caretaker came by to drop off these squares of food for the geese. As the geese were slowly munching on maybe 6 of these for only three geese (though the chickens were a little interested as well), a black flew up. The geese put up a decent defense of the food by watching, lunging at, and circling to keep the bird away but he wasn't having any of it. He waited the geese out, snuck in, and grabbed a food square. But a food square fit for a ...
... and a spin around before the first tour at the City Hall. Probably wondering why City Hall, this is where they hold the banquet to present the Nobel Prize. They finished the building in 1923 but they made every effort to make the building look like something from the sixteenth century. Quite a building and looks very much like the older buildings. Stockholm and Sweden were not involved in either of the world wars and sustained no ...