Park Inn by Radisson Solna
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... cards we bought while in Australia, the 3 Euro per day for 500mb of data per day anywhere over Europe, have been deactivated because Vodafone has terminated its agreement with EuropaSIM. All EuropaSIM customers are blocked and will not be unblocked. Lucky for me I'd bought a new SIM from Orange while I was in Spain and hadn't been using the EuropaSIM, but now poor Jess has to deal with finding a replacement SIM and somehow getting 60 Euro that she's got ...
... was sunny and mild and when we arrived at the Fridhemsplan station we discovered Pelle and Christina were also on their way so the the four of us traveled together enjoying the fun of seeing all the supporters on the train sporting their team shirts and banners.
During the walk to the stadium it was clear that many others wanted to see a bit of "live" fotball even while every night they are seated in front ...
... it is well-nigh impossible to see a house that is in a poor state of repair – from the humblest to the grandest, they are all in perfect condition.
After a couple of hours, as we were passing a tiny uninhabited but wooded island called Furuskar, we spotted our first white tailed sea eagle this year, a pair in fact. They were being harassed by greater black-backed gulls but were blithely ignoring them. Julie tried photographing them and ...
... much. Our last stop was the oldest church in Stockholm, built in in 1279. See what I mean about old? Inside were the bodies of many past kings, noblemen, and their families. There were even knights in coffins laid next to their suits of armor. It was all very interesting and being able to literally touch that much history (or at least representatives of it) was a unique and worthwhile experience. Eventually our feet decided enough was enough and we made the long, slow ...
... Skansen museum which is a giant open-air museum replicating a Swedish village of the 1800's. It also has a collection of Scandanavian animals including reindeer, moose, and deer. It kind of reminded me of Pioneer World (anyone remember that place???) but heaps better, and way bigger.
On our last day we visited the island of Skeppsholmen and the Moderna Museet or Modern Art Museum. They had a great pop art exhibition plus ...