Maude's Hotel Enskede
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... cutting the final pieces has been a full time job for the last several days. While our triple-glazed window keep the noise out, with the current heatwave we want our windows and doors open and this doesn't make for a happy combination.
So as I enjoy the quiet for the last few minutes before the work begins at 7 AM I'll share a few photos we've taken since we arrived 8 days ago.....
Like all European cities there's an Old Town walled in for protection from ancient invaders, with alleys of cobblestone streets now hosting charming cafes and little shops. No castles to storm, Tina, but we did sail past the royal palace of this monarchy.
Little known fact #1: The Viking Age was from the middle of the 7th century until around 1050. During that time, 90% of Swedes were farmers, 9% ...
I have no idea what this event was, I happened to chance on it but the ...
... when I cook for someone else, I want it to be tasty. So I end up using the extra amount of butter and sugar I would have normally left out and don't use any healthy substitutes. It's ok though. I am going to live in an ashram that serves really healthy vegetarian dishes all day for 2 months, so I should indulge in these earthly pleasures while I can..!
Afterwards, we walked around eye shopping, including the unique and big scifi store in Gamla Stan and ...
... particularly at the Chocopies, and a random Swedish guy was doing the same. I asked him if he thinks Chocopie would make an ok home visit gift from a poor student like myself, and he said ja! He said I could put a ribbon on it, and I said sure... Then he talked about some Korean foods he's tried and how he's shopping for instant noodles because his apartment is being renovated. He seemed like a nice Swedish guy, and he said we can do a fika (Swedish version of tea time, with coffee ...