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... There were two little bunks and a bathroom. The shower in the bathroom had no curtain so you couldn't even keep a towel in there since everything got soaked. The radiator also was on full blast when we got there and we were both sweating within minutes. We figured out that the dial was broker off so we had to turn this metal piece to shut it off, except that the metal piece was crazy hot to touch. The walls were also pretty ...
... describing the setting, time, and activities being represented. This is the type of tourist attraction that can be done very poorly – at Skansen, is was done wonderfully. Of course, a mild summer Stockholm day made it extra nice. Many families, most obviously local, added to the atmosphere – clearly fun, engaged, and thoroughly pleasant. A great attraction and highly recommended.
We spent most of the afternoon wandering around the ...
So following the changing of the guard ceremony, we continued to the other side of the island of old town and visited the memories. Except, it was so long ago, I didn't remember much.
The Vasa Museum
Vikings under Leif Ericson, heir to Erik the Red, reached North America, and set up a short-lived settlement in ...
... with your number on it. When your number shows up on the screen, you go and collect your meal. It's pretty clever because you can spend as long as you like reviewing all the menu choices, and as a result I got a decent burger, chips, and a large drink for 40 kroner (about $6 AUD). Not very Swedish, but I didn't fancy eating in a restaurant on my own anyway, and I didn't need to put the meal together with an Allen key. I walked to the Old Town, took ...
... sailing barely 1300 meters. The wreck was discovered in 1956, and raised in stages over several years, reaching the surface in 1961. The ship was reassembled like a giant jigsaw puzzle, restored, and the existing museum built to cover it. The museum opened in 1990.
Our final stop of the day is at the Abba Museum. There are a few Abba fans in the group, and none ...