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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... end up and I offered a 'tour of the hostel' it was pretty short, she saw the hallway, the door to my room, my bed. Pretty average tour but it ended with a bang. No refunds. The plastic death made an appearance again unfortunately - for ***** sake just deal with it tomorrow. They created the morning after pill for a reason. They should sell that **** at Cosco for girls to take with their morning vitamins and OJ. Anyways it actually ...
... many currencies on the go and feel like I just want to spend all the currencies from our previously travelled currencies. I just take what they offer without questioning, so I hope I am not being ripped off too must. We eventually found our hotel, but then had to work out how to check in. It is supposed to be all done electronically through your smart advice. Of course ours didn't work for some reason and luckily there was a girl offering service at the ...
... I tried one of my cards one last time before the ATM swallowed it. Oops. I was now pretty stressed about only having one option for money. But I could do nothing about it. So we left our luggage at our hotel, Hotel Oden luggage room and headed out for the day. We caught the metro back into town and headed straight for Gamla Stan. The Old Town of Stockholm and where the old castle/palaver and churches are. First we visited Riddarholmen where we had a great view of ...
... population was like that). However, that's a lot more boring compared to the war looting and mead drinking vikings that everyone else thinks of. On a future trip, I'll try to get to the more entertaining roots. Stopped at a British pub and had a nice beer.
The last stop of the day was a traditional Swedish restaurant. I had three kinds of herring there: a very traditional plain pickled version, a tangy sauce coated one, and ...
... front door is a lesson many people never get to learn... Let alone at age 7! This entry is really a combined entry from Wednesday and Thursday. I'm finishing it up while sitting in our apartment, my feet out the window ledge and a light rain falling. We've just finished a lunch of leftovers and have cracked open a bottle of wine (beer for Robin) and let the kids veg with some Netflix. Later we will venture to the little beach if it clears up... Or maybe ...