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... a restored 1628 Swedish Warship that sank soon after being built. The ship was retrieved from the seabed, almost intact, and took 17 years to remove the sea water from the timbers and preserve the wood. It was then placed in the location of the museum, which was built around it! The ship, interpretive information, history, information technology was outstanding. The ...
... march in, followed by a troop of guards! What a show, all to change two guards, but we loved it. The soldiers left and the band swung around to face the crowd and another bandmaster marched up, baton in hand, and conducted the band through a number of pieces, we stayed for one then slid away. We left the palace and walked over to the square and found that the Nobel Museum is located there. It is actually located under the Swedish Academy where the literature prize is determined. ...
So once I signed my contract at my new school, I thought about when I will ever come back to Europe and thought that while I am here, I should go to places that I will probably never return to. I have always wanted to travel through Scandinavia and thought that if I ever return to Europe when I am old(er) and grey(er) I will probably never go to Scandinavia. So I booked the trip for my Spring Break and headed off. IT WAS AMAZING!!!
First trip: Stockholm, Sweden!
... 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! ...
... and while the hostel doesn't have that many guests right now, a lot of them are just chilling in the hostel since it's so cold outside. People come to me wanting booze and mixers and stuff, and I tell them to go to 7-11 TWO blocks down, and they are like, ehh... nahhh. Haha, one of the things I learned in Chicago-- if you start using the weather as an excuse, you will never get anything done!