Park Inn by Radisson Solna
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... walking along the water towards a couple of small islands. There was some sort of boating race occurring over the few days we were there so it was pretty hectic down by the water. We walked onto the island Skeppsholmen and further onto Kastellholmen. We pretty much just walked and walked and took lots of photographs. By this time my feet were the most painful they had been on the trip so far. As some of you know I am avelling with a moon boot which is hindering ...
... heavy rain did come later) and after lunch, we set off to have a look around. In the meantime the harbourmaster – come manager of the tourist office/museum had been down and he’d invited us to his museum to have a look, which is where we went first. The museum/tourist office is housed in what was the customs house, dating from the early 18th century. Dalar÷ was the location for customs and pilots for ships bringing cargo to Stockholm, about 40 ...
... of others too. I'm still trying to figure out why we had to go the "aquarium" to see tons of monkeys and about three fish. The aquarium was just one part of a vast park, full of animals and historic buildings. It was too large to see in one day but we covered a lot of ground in search of a "free-range" moose for Brittany. They were at the very end of the trail and we got a great view of them once I convinced her to step over that pesky "closed" sign around one of the ...
... drinking, exploring, eating, fighting sickness, dancing, and... tickling for five days straight and when we were told that the only way we'd be able to go home early was if we bought new plane tickets, our exasperation got the better of us.
To be honest, waiting (and sleeping) at the airport was the perfect end to a spectacular trip. Many of Luleň's exchange students decided to fly home as opposed to taking the train (smart move since the flight takes less than an ...
... Germany-Denmark-Sweden. The train was a wide, very comfortable, wooden trimmed thing, and as I was in the last carriage I spotted that you could look out the back and watch the tracks disappearing. Not sure I've ever done that before. I thought I'd be disconnected for the day but no, wifi on train and ferry, all free. The train allows a gb free in a month before it starts charging, though it is possible that with a seat backing on to first class I was picking up ...
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