Park Inn by Radisson Solna
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... warm. It seems a bit cooler this evening. Upon leaving the Skansen museum we walked past the ABBA Museum. This was not included in our Stockholm Pass so we declined entering. Interestingly, according to what we have heard, the ABBA group is the third largest grossing artists following the Beatles and Elvis. As we walked along the waterfront we passed by a boat museum which happened to have ...
... 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 ...
... Hall across the water. We saw the Riddarholmen church, from the outside only as it was closed due to rehearsals for an upcoming performance. We then ventured a cross the bridge to Gamla Stan. We walked around the city, entered a little art museum by chance which was pretty interesting. We then did the Royal Armoury Museum which is part of the palace. The Palace, Kungliga Slot, is the new Renaissance palace. It is built on the ruins of the original one, Tre Kronor ...
Tonight we decided to go to old town and check out the tourists (irony) for a bit. I asked a local where a good local place to go hangout was. Obviously Gamla Stan is a tourist trap. He told us a place far away. Erick and I decided to bounce and check out a local neighborhood and explore Stockholm at night. We found a majestic view that overlooked a lot of the city. We kept walking and ended up running into a ...
... spent hours wandering the aisles with a glass of wine in hand, just soaking up the environment. Bill and I had happened upon a food stand that displayed perfectly constructed small plates of goose meat and blood soup. As we passed by, the vendor behind the counter asked if we would like a sample and gestured to the plates. Each plate had a sizable portion on it, there was no way that this could possibly be for free. "We can just take a plate? For free?" Bill and I were stunned, but ...