Maude's Hotel Enskede
Travel Blogs from Stockholm
It wasn't bad at all actually! Got 2 meals that I really didn't want to eat. Pot roast and mashed potatoes and some lemon dessert....and yogurt granola and a ham sandwich for breakfast. The coolest thing about the flight was it turned from night to morning in almost 4 hours because of the time change! It was crazy...really confusing haha One more flight until Rome! We will be there in 3 ...
... wealth of some of these grand palaces – it is just mind boggling.
We had known very little about the Swedish Royal family before our visit so it was good to have learned a little more during our visit. Walking out of the Palace we were met but a heavy downpour. We had been fortunate during our first three weeks of travelling to have perfect warm weather so chances are the rain had to catch up with us sooner or later.
... the boat ride to Stockholm came in handy as an icebreaker and we all sat around chatting. Our roommates included a Swede from the southern part of the country and an Australian who'd been in Sweden for a couple of weeks. They were able to offer us so much advice on what to do and see. And our other roommate, a German, has already offered her home to us on our way through her area. What a great start to our Swedish adventure.
72;лка here, it’ll have to be with my fellow
Anyway, we chatted for about an hour an a half, walking through Gamla Stan,
getting progressively wetter, and then Stefan escorted me to a metro station for
my ride back.
One of the things I really wanted to determine with this visit was whether
the city felt oppressive to me. Some cities do – for example I can’t imagine
... of Neiman Marcus. http://www.nk.se/en/nk-stockholm/About- NK/
And our fun was not done either. Later in the afternoon we had a call from Pia, another Florida friend, Ronnie had arrived and she and Pia invited us to meet them at Sturehof for dinner. We were out the door and on bus number one within minutes. We enjoyed a sidewalk table, and ...