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... quite a fascinating building that seemed to have a lot of purpose and function for the people of Stockholm and I'm glad we stubbled upon it!
I'll be posting Part 2 later today (hopefully)
Fun Fact: Sweden has much more immigrants than Denmark does despite both being geographically close, Scandinavian, and a welfare state. I've been learning about this in my Social Capital and Culture class and I noticed it during my weekend trip as well, which was nice to compare! ...
... a full spa onboard, so we sprung for that for another $60. That included an hour and a half of sauna and hot tubbing and steam rooms while watching the islands go by. It was amazing and one one of the best forms of transportation I’ve ever taken.
The food at the buffet was delicious and I stocked up on the local specialties: pickled herring and gravad lax (salted and sugared salmon) and the ever present meatballs. There’s too much to mention, but Deanne ...
... only Nobel bestowed in Oslo, Norway, which was decided back during a time when Norway and Sweden were one country.] The area around City Hall was beautiful, and the Swedes were out in force on this gorgeous morning. There was some sort of group challenge underway, with many beautiful Swedish ladies dressed in pink doing athletic events (Sam was entranced), and a lot of people out for a morning jog. We rejoined our group afterwards, and boarded the ...
... time here. It’s going to be a hassle replacing my driver’s license and school ID…actually I’m kind of glad those were stolen because I really didn’t like those pictures. I liked that wallet though. It was Crocodile and I got it in Australia last summer. Oh well! Once I get my new card, I'll be able to talk to the freud department at the bank about getting the money replaced.
Anyway, my field lab was fun! Despite the stressful morning, I had ...
... for 333 years until the 1960s when it was raised and restored - an effort that took almost 20 years and a lot of new technology. When reading about this ship and museum, I thought it sounded quite boring and overwrought, but I was wrong. Very impressive and interesting! It is also a hugely popular attraction. Tomorrow we will have a rental car and plan to drive north from Stockholm a bit to see some of the Swedish countryside. Home to SFO on Saturday. John and ...