Mr Chip Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as I use more than 5 in an oil change.
Whilst still in shock, I cast off and we were away, motoring northwards to our chosen anchorage on the island of Utö, a nice bay towards the north-easternmost point, called Kyrkviken. It was only 13 miles away and within just over a couple of hours by 13:15, we were safely anchored near to the church and close to the small pier that it transpired, was used by a ferry at roughly ...
... and promptly crashed.
Spent most of the day walking. I walked the entire north side of Södermalm, an island in the Stockholm archipelago known for its hit and trendy nightlife. The north side is basically all bluffs on which buildings have been erected with paths everywhere to explore. The views north are as good as it gets. Most of my sunset shots are from here. After returning to the hostel for a little rest I headed down ...
Today's plan is to muck around taking advantage of the luxurious hotel before heading to the Old Town to watch the women’s ITU triathlon which is in town. Unfortunately we will miss the men’s featuring the Brownlee boys tomorrow as it is at the same time we have to leave for the airport. I enjoy watching triathlons with their carnival atmosphere & usually scenic location, but this triathlon like most ...
... We put our bags in the room and went out to explore Stockholm. We walked over to the island of Gamba Stan where the Old Town is located, looking for the Nobel museum. We saw many quaint walkways & shops (similar to all the other Old Towns we saw on our Baltic tour). We found the museum, saw some films, viewed an exhibit on peace & took the 2:30 guided tour, which explained about Alfred Nobel's life, and about the prizes that he set-up. Interestingly, ...
... they provided.
We than went to another local store that sells every kind of electric and electronic gadget. We want to install some "pop-up" outlets in our kitchen in Spain but the only ones the electrician could find where more than 150€ each....here we purchased two for less than $60....of course we now have to purchase an extra suitcase for them, but we have other items on our ...