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Today, after breakfast at the hotel, we headed into the city again to make our way to the City Hall. We booked our tickets to go up the tower and a guided tour of the inside as it's the only way to visit. We had to climb 365 stairs to the top of the City Hall tower. The views from the top were worth it though! Then the guided tour took about an …
This morning we got up and did some laundry. There was a small laundromat across the street where we could either do it ourselves or leave it with the woman for double the fee. So we spent the first couple hours getting laundry done. Then we headed by tram over to the area called Djurgarden. First up we went to the Nordic Museum which is in a large …
After an extremely late night on the boat we arrived in Stockholm just after 6.00am. The change in time gave us an extra hour sleep! We had a breakfast booked at a Scandic Hotel close to the ferry terminal so we headed straight there for breakfast and purchased our 3 day Stockholm Card. We then made our was by metro to the hotel at Odenplan. At …
... br> Our last major stop for the day was the Vasa Museum. On August 10, 1628 the ship set sail on her maiden voyage and sank in the Stockholm harbour. In 1961 the boat was salvaged and the boat in the museum is 98% original. Many artifacts were recovered fro the vessel which offered insight into 17th century Sweden.
We walked past the Norse Museum on our way back but decided we had done enough for the ...
It's twenty-two days since we left Vancouver and here we are in Stockholm, a vibrant city built on 14 small islands and connected by over 50 bridges that stretches across Lake Malaren. We had been pre-warned of the beauty of these islands on the way into Stockholm itself, so I set the alarm for 5:00 a.m. so that I could get up (sun rises at 4:00 a.m.) and photograph the run into the Stockholm pier. It reminded me of cottage country in ...