Mr Chip Hotel
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... Manor House, the lake and island ". The first residence of record in this location was build by Jons Skotta in 1389. The ruins of the first rock structures are still visible on the island. A fort was at this site in 1460. The fort was built to protect the local Swedes from the Danes. After our entertainment, we had dinner, no pictures the phone was dead. We started with a small appetizer of fish roe and yogurt, then a light asparagus soup, followed by a main course of salmon ...
... be our guide) into the forest, where we were shown the types of mushroom we were looking for (in general it was the ones that our hosts mother knew to be OK from her years of experience). Mushrooms tend to like damp places so we were mostly hunting at the bases of trees, around rocks and any cool well shaded areas. My rule of thumb on this expedition was pick what i was told to pick and if it was a 'no' but i still liked the look of it then ...
... of the steward). We had been given a lift to the airport and parked the car on a friends driveway so one less issue in terms of parking.
The flight ran 15 mins late but otherwise nothing of note happened and we arrived at Skavsta to be greeted by my friends and hosts for the weekend. The journey back to the outskirts of Stockholm would take around 1hr so it was suggested that we stopped at a burger place for something to eat as it would ...
... Estonia and Lithuania were administered. Stockholm contains fourteen islands, and is more intersected by broad waterways than any other capital. Apart from certain resemblances to Venice, the city has been compared with Istanbul.
We erred in having only euros and no Swedish kroner on us, so missed out on having a meal or a coffee in this beautiful city.
We sailed out of Stockholm at half past four in the afternoon, bound for Helsinki in ...
... amazing cod sashimi, reindeer stew, moose meatballs and Swedish candy parfait – yum!! We take a stroll up to a viewpoint which is stunning although it promptly starts to rain so we head home!
The next day we head off on a boat to the island of Djurgarden which we’ve been told is beautiful – and it really is! It’s such a sunny day and we walk around the island’s parks and marina, take a tour of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed