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... br> A pleasant evening dinner in Reflections restaurant again.
After dinner, the ladies retired but Paul and Jim headed for the theatre to see the comedy magician - Martin Brock. The patter was lame but his magic was good.
A late evening as we have to advance our clocks by one hour tonight to account for our eastward sailing.
Tomorrow - Tallinn in Estonia and we are going on a Town and Country Tour. We wait with interest.
... people of course need, swanky places to hang. If you are looking for some where to wear your fancy pants, you've definitely come to the right place. Sweden is full of beautiful bars and restaurants (Of course bars and restaurants need to have Chandeliers and 360 degree views of their surrounds). Doesn't suffice? Perhaps you need a new gucci handbag? Or Prada coat for your pooch? Done.
... an Ikea store, could it? Anyway they have a nice cheap Moka coffee pot which i must purchase to satisfy my craving.
With some careful and calculated planning i arrive at the Ikea store, which is about 20 kilometres form where i am staying. The main problem is the 1.5k walk from the station to the Ikea store in the dark of night. However it turns out it is well sign posted, and once i can see the big blue and yellow sign i know i cannot get lost.
Now seeing i ...
... our own bucket list, but traveling gives you opportunities that you never even thought of. For instance, my bucket list includes things such as "seeing the Northern Lights" (check!) and "bouldering in Thailand", but never would I have dreamed to put "dance in a rock bar in Stockholm" on my list. Though, now I can add it and successfully cross it off! What would a rock bar be without stone walls adorned in red and black paint and a basement rave-floor complete with flashing green ...
... and, in an upright position, was very easy to push along.
After checking into our hotel we went out and had some Thai food at a stall. When lunch was over, we started our exploration of Stockholm, the largest city in Scandinavia with a population of more than 870,000. On the way we came to some fruit stalls and stopped there so that Anna, who was ...