Maude's Hotel - Solna
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Slept in because it was raining on and off in the morning and most of the places we planned to visit only opened after ten. After a filling breakfast, we walked to the ferry in the rain, wet but not cold, and crossed the water to Djurgarden, an island with many public buildings, parks and walking trail, plus houses of the rich (think, ABBA!). We visited the Vasa museum, ...
... paintings and bits and pieces from the lives of the royals. We staggered down the final staircase and I was in the line for coffee when Vicki grabbed me and we went through the gate to join the crowds for the changing of the guard! There was already a large crowd behind ropes, waiting patiently. A soldier finally steps forward and gives a welcome and some explanation, and then in the distance we hear a marching band, becoming louder. Soon the band, resplendent in ...
... many hours in the Air France Dulles lounge eating salmon and cream cheese we left at night on a lovely Iceland Air flight. In Reyjavik in the wee hours we changed planes, stumbling through customs as if it were a casting call for the Walking Dead.
We landed safely in Stockholm and took the high speed train to our waterfront hotel.
Let the the fun begin.
... housed numerous bars, restaurants, cafeterias, six libraries, a movie theater, and countless art exhibitions. At six floors high, we went to every single floor and explored the various libraries and exhibits we could find for free. Everything was so modern and opened. There were people reading in plastic circle chairs hanging from the ceiling. children playing in an obstacle course, the elderly playing chess and card games, people making arts and crafts with a 3-D printer etc. ...
... a mid-season sale now and selling fall clothes for cheap!! Eeee must restrain myself xD
Met Daniel's Swedish girlfriend tonight. She's so cute and crunchy! She told me the yoga place nearby offers free classes in exchange for karma yoga (free labor basically), so I'm going to check it out!!! So excited! We also talked about possibly doing a Thanksgiving dinner!! Yay!
Now I ...