Park Inn by Radisson Solna
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... The next harbour that professed to have clothes washing facilities was some 14 miles away, called Bullandö and which claimed to be the largest in the Baltic with over 1,400 boats permamently moored. We’d been there before where in fact we’d done our laundry so we were optimistic that we would be ok. We set off at 11:15 and motored northwards, passing lots of nice properties on the way. One of the features of this part of the world is the ...
After a breakfast at the hostel Erick and I decided to take a trip to the royal palace. We took the subway there then walked for about 10 minutes. We paid $11 to get in. We walked around all the royal apartments and rooms for about a hour. We also saw a room where Sweden had all of the royal crowns lined up. It was a pretty neat place to check out. I tried asking a question to a worker in the palace and then a woman that sounded American helped me. ...
... by taking a canal tour around Djurgården which lasted about an hour. Then it was off to Skanson, an open air zoo/museum/amusement park all rolled into one, then the Norsk museum followed by the must see Vasa Museum. Using the free public transport I managed to find my way to another couch surfing event north west of city center. Again met some great interesting people including some Brazilians I'd sight see with later in the week. Late night.
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