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... a GIGANTIC restored vessel. This glamorous but unseaworthy warship sank minutes after its maiden voyage in 1628, yes that is not a misprint date. 333 years later it was resurrected from the bottom of the harbor's floor. It is amazing, it had brightly colored wooden sculptures adorning it, 64 cannons and a 10 foot carved lion on its magnificent prow.
We then set off for Djurgarden, (was king' ...
... watch them for a while. They caught up to another group of similarly dressed soldiers, who joined them, and they all marched around a corner and disappeared. They looked like they were somehow involved with the Royal Palace, but there was no one who could tell us.
The bus ride was a really good deal for us.
When we boarded the bus at a stop about a ten minute walk from our hotel, we were ready to use a credit card to pay the ...
... and got mobile it was 10.30am.
We headed down to the Piazza and checked out the $10 sale which was on in the Da Vinci restaurant and I got a nice little evening bag. Next we went to the International Café and enjoyed a cappuccino and then watched a competition in the Piazza where people had to bounce a ping pong ball into an egg tray. Then we thought we should get a load of washing done so headed to Passenger Services to get a roll ...
... beautiful even though it was freezing cold and raining. I was very thankful that I still had my gloves and thermals in stockholm as it was way to cold for summer. I also did 2 walking tours through stockholm in the rain this city is quite spread out so it was a easy way to see everything. i had another Australian guide. we also saw the bank where Stockholn syndrome came from. I saw another changing of ...
... used to break the stones down to sizes that are easily passable. That wasn't going to work on this heavyweight. No, this was going to require a uteroscopy. I'll spare you the details. Let's just say it didn't sound very pleasant. The last thing I remember prior to the operation was the strong smell of antiseptic and the mask going over my face. Nothing says, "Rise and shine" like waking up with a cathader shoved up your wigwam. Luckily, I was still heavily ...