Mr Chip Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sections" that are a mix of genres and geographical designations, alphabetical order, or dates. Their newsletter style program guide does help highlight the more notable movies. Also, on their app and website, you can watch trailers easily. So I found those helpful in choosing a film. Then buying the tickets... First you purchase an annual membership card (240kr or $35) and then buy tickets to the movies you want to see separately (50-130kr depending on ...
Yay Friday! As mentioned before, several museums are free on Fridays. Gabi and I decided to check out the history museum, open from 11-5. It was a gorgeous day!! The best weather since I got here. We biked along the waterfront-- the water was glistening and the colors of the buildings really came out! Then we stopped to let a swarm of people clad in black cross the street... The history museum featured almost exclusively prehistory and the Vikings. There wasn't any modern ...
... fit in well. Then once back in the hostel, I met a guy from Colombia who was headed out to Gamla Stan, the old town/Stockholm's first neighborhood. I decided to join him! And there was an Australian guy just chilling in the lounge area, so we invited him too! So off we went to Gamla Stan. It was a really easy walk. We crossed a short bridge and were at the royal palace. I don't know if it was the weather, but we weren't immediately convinced that we were looking at a royal ...
... to check us in, we had to lug our suitcase up 6 flights of make shift stairs to find peeling paint, smashed windows and flickering lights. When we reached the top floor we were greeted by the creepiest place ever. The room was like a prison cell, windows that didn't shut, door handles and locks about to fall off, broken beds, moldy and cracking walls, no toilet handle, towels with stains, holes in the walls, electricity sockets didn't work and flimsy doors that a five year old ...
... my left was Danny and he was the only player left in the hand. After giving it some thought, he called and turned over Ace-King. That left him with six 'outs' (the three remaining Aces and three remaining Kings), while I was ahead with a pair of Threes but only had two 'outs' (the remaining two Threes in the deck). The flop contained one Ace, while the turn card was another. We laughed at the cruelty of it and he gave me an apologetic pat on the arm. He dodged a Three on ...