Hotel Ibis Stockholm Spanga
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... Nathaniel, Cat, and Morgan. The gardens behind the palace were very pretty—very formal with hedges and fountains—my favorite kind. Then, we took a ferry back to Stockholm that picked us up just in front of the palace. I was pretty tired so I stayed on the ship last night and used the convenient Wifi connection I had in my cabin from the port.
Today, I went exploring with my friend, Julia. First we went to the Nobel museum, dedicated to the recipients of the ...
... again, but only to get some dinner, which we got at another sports bar which was just across the road from the hotel. Enjoyed our first real steak for many weeks – much better than a can of spaghetti and meatballs!
Back to the hotel to get ready for our early morning departure for Turku, Finland, in the morning. Looking forward to sleeping in a proper bed after 14 days in a 3 man tent (apart from that one night in a hut), and a night on a bus!
... and architecture. Another bad habit I've developed is molesting statues. There's one in front of city hall of a girl who's buck naked, I got an Aussie couple to snap me with my hand on her ass. And one of a guy bound with his arms behind his back, I'm standing behind him with my hand raised to slap his ass. Oh yeah, the one in Wurzburg, I kissed a statue of Pan's butt. Hahaha.
No churches this time... Stockholm doesn't seem to ...
... out the Gudren Sjoden store where Cait had hoped to find something she liked, but couldn't find anything in the right combination of shape, colour and size. Rats! Back to Skanstull and opted to each have a Thai (?) massage at a place near or apartment. A bit exxy, but very good. Then to finish the day off, train across to Lasse I Parken in Hornstull for dinner and some live jazz. Excellent combo, and good if endive food. Left at ~9:45 and biked home ; still plenty of ...
... prepared. Nowadays you can even buy pipi-bags that neutralize the acidity. Throw into the next garbage can without harming the environment.
Four- get your insurance
One of the tour operators we travel with actually requires not only medical insurance, but also 100000 USD of coverage in case they need to evacuate us. Of course the package should also include medical bills, third party liability, luggage insurance. On saying that, I would ...
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El que menys importa és que estigui mal ubicat
Habitacios brutes, llençols usats
En mal estat
Una vergonya que es digui Ibis
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