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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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After some amazing time in our apartment in Spain, we've returned to Sweden for the holidays and a chance to see family and friends!
We found our cozy little apartment just as we'd left it, give or take a bit of dust and a pile of newspapers and mail to sort through.
Our return during late December is always a bit of a test...the days are very short, the temperatures cool, if not downright cold and almost every day there is a bit of precipitation. ...
... the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, had oysters in the infamous Grand Central Oyster Bar, etc, etc,,,,,,I love New York!
On Monday night, September 1st, we took the red eye on Norwegian Air to Stockholm. We arrived at our airbnb at 3 pm, on Tuesday, Sept. 2nd. Our hostess, Inger gave us a short walking tour of the neighborhood in Sodermalm and then we checked out the photography ...
... on architecture aren't typical tourist fare, but this was definitely worthwhile, for those seeking a refreshing break from castles and art museums. Thought-provoking exhibits really challenge your concept of what architecture truly is, helping you understand that good architecture is not only about beautiful and functional buildings, but also about increasing quality of life. We saw a hint of Copenhagen's alternative side yesterday in the meat-packing ...
... Hall. This is where the Nobel Prize Award banquet is held every year. This large brick building is right on the water and has a central courtyard.
Stockholm is the last port on our trip. This has been a very nice cruise—despite the mostly cloudy and drizzly weather—and we have quite a few places we’d like to go back to explore ...
... other than it was a giant medieval ship, so didn't really know what to expect ... And WPW. When they say giant, they really mean giant. It's an unbelievably huge ship, which sunk in the Stockholm harbour only about 20 minutes after setting sail for the first time, it is believed due to poor design. I can't remember the dates, but it took two years for them to bring it up and another 16 years to completely dry the wood out. Amazingly, all of the wood is original, and it ...