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Travel Blogs from Stockholm
... the typical tourist busy for at least a couple of days. Returning to Stockholm was a bit of a funny experience, since roles have been reversed with Copenhagen - six years ago, I enjoyed Copenhagen far more than Stockholm, which I actually found to be a bit boring. But this time, Stockholm has been way more entertaining, at least for our first day here. Part of this is due to our hotel's location in Norrmalm, which is just a little farther away from ...
... me the screen where I could see the right answers in yellow and the wrong ones in red....there were too many in red if you ask me but she was kind and said that clearly I could enter a more advance class than the rank beginners. I left behind any attempt at answering her in Swedish and exclaimed that I didn't mind starting at a lower level to be sure I had a good foundation...after all I wasn't as young as most of the other students! She laughed and ...
... The tram runs along the Strand - through Stockholm's theater district and in front of all of these historic buildings/mansions. Also once you are over on Djurgarden, there are some really impressive large and historical looking houses to be seen from the train.
Our target was Skansen, an open air museum with historical buildings, craftsmen engaging in traditional trades, actors in period costume, and a small zoo featuring animals ...
... bags. The excess weight fees are enormous and I had tried to pack as carefully as possible. But we didn't have a scale in the condo on Longboat or in the hotel. We had no idea how much each suitcase weighted...they all felt too heavy to me!
Finally John suggested we stop at a local Publix supermarket in Miami Beach where they have a large scale outside of the entrance. It was absolutely hysterical watching ...
... canny night later. Just walked into town to get my bearings and having a ramble around the old town which is a maze of beautiful little cobbled lanes with great architecture all around. Time for a bottle of Anchor Liberty Ale now and plan where I'm going to watch the Sunderland v Man Utd game. Well what a cracking start to my few days in stockholm. The old town was beautiful with its maze of cobbled streets and the Vasa was simply ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center