Mr Chip Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Mr Chip Hotel Kista
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... I continue reading about Stockholm and what to see, do, eat & buy. Guess who approaches me?! Yup. The ticket guy. I explain my situation which makes no sense to the guy. I smile. I shrug. He says it's ok. Ok! I'm ok?! I get to my final stop & immediately buy a ticket and pay for both ways (deposit in the karma bank). Now which way from here. Muddle way to Gamla Stan & high tail it the palace to see the changing if the guards at high noon. I'm walking so ...
... our way to the moose we saw wolves, lynxes (is that a word?) and bears. One huge bear saw us up on a ledge looking down at it and climbed a tree trunk so it could look right back. I had no idea they could climb trees so fast but now I know that if one of these things chases you in the woods you might as well just give up because you WILL die. It stood at the top of the tree trunk, balancing its hulking weight on what couldn't have been wider than a basketball. Those ...
... to Josefin's place. They were actually really tasty. We ate, laughed and had a really nice evening. And it was so funny looking at old pics from back then. Thanks to all of you. At the moment I'm trying to add more music to my playlists for the trip, but as always, it's hard to find the music I like, because I never remember the good songs. Whatever, I'll add whatever comes up in my head along the way instead. Time to hit the town, think it's stopped raining now as ...
... We went on a tram from the museum for a couple of stops, supposedly heading towards the castle as told to us by the conductor. We then caught the bus that she had suggested and we appeared to be heading a long way from home in the wrong direction. Mick asked the bus driver and she advised us to get off and wait across the road as she was returning to where she had come from. After checking the map in the bus shelter, I found that we had gone ...
... but then, quite a few got on as well. It was a Friday, so maybe a lot of the passengers were going to Stockholm for the weekend? There was certainly plenty of duty free grog purchased - there didn't seem to be a limit, as one guy had a trolley with 6 cartons on it.
When we arrived in Stockholm there were two different signs for Customs - but around the corner everyone merged! We'd walked back about 500 metres (on the boat and then through the arrival building), ...