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- Heated pool
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... it reminded me of the backstreets oF Venice, just on a smaller scale. We finished the day at the Vasa Museum, which houses the world's only preserved 17th Century wooden 3 masted sailing vessel, which sank in the harbour on its way to pick up the King 333 years ago. It travelled less than 100 metres before capsizing. After it sank the King ordered the masts to be cut off and the cannons removed and then it was left to rot on the seabed? ...
... and Joakim the owner... in Swedish!! I'm quite proud, so I'm posting here. I left in a few mistakes because they are kind of funny and cute, I think :p It's really too bad I've given up on trying to verbally communicate in Swedish during this trip. Listening to regular conversations is soo hard for me, and that's like the most important component for me. I need to take a class for that or something. Maybe in the future if I ever decide to come back and work ...
... The turkey was juicy and fatty-- Christoffer hasn't really ever tried turkey, and he loved it! The potatoes didn't turn out too mushy, but was still so good with crispy marshmallows on top! Green beans made us feel healthier. Then we put ok Indiana Jones and ate pumpkin pies with whipped cream. THREE slices each. Yes, it was that good. So overall, Thanksgiving dinner for two was a SUCCESS! So fun ...
... is outspoken about getting rid of the royal family. The royal family does seem like an antithesis to the Swedish philosophy of jante (nobody's better than another) and progressiveness. Oh yeah, she also explained the mother from Max acted strange yes, but some Swedish people are very squirmish about having their pictures taken. Apparently you aren't allowed to take pictures at bars here!! You'll get your camera taken again! Also, on cruises, they will take your camera away and ...
... is in practically pristine condition and they have quite a few artifacts from the ship. The museum is set up so that you can see the ship from different heights and can easily see the intricately carved wood.
We took a water taxi to get to and from the museum, which gave us a chance to see a lot more of Stockholm than we could do walking. The city ...