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... central Stockholm with an amazing panoramic view. The vibe is very relaxed, with couples and groups lingering over their meals. Herman's is set up as an all-you-can-eat buffet with about 20 different entrees and salads to choose from. Everything was absolutely delicious, made even better by the accompanying view. Some more rain made us move under an umbrella, but did not deter from the meal. To top off the evening, we went to the Fotografiska ...
... easy? Turns out she meant the type of tour. Close but no cigar. I wasn't on the young and fun tour, so I asked if that meant I was on the old and boring one instead... She said no... She lied.. If it wasn't for a few young South African lads I would be forgiven for thinking I was on the twilight couples romantic tour... Oh and a couple of slightly disturbing Scottish lasses... both accountants! You can imagine how exciting that is! Thankfully we tie up next ...
... which like Oslo is very open to the public,cathedral, Parliament, Opera House etc. Walking around is still a challenge & I continue having to watch where I'm walking. I decide to spend most of the day at a park called Skansen. It's similar to the Folk Museum in Oslo where all the buildings are originals & have been relocated to this park. You can see buildings from different eras starting with a Sami village to ...
... take so he left us to finish our drinks and waited outside. We snapped a few photos and then joined him for a walk through the governmental area towards Gamla Stan. The time was passing quickly and while we would have been happy to give them accommodations they wanted to continue their cruise!
So we began our last bus ride, choosing a bus in Gamla Stan. As luck would have it the traffic was disrupted so our wait was a bit longer than usual but ...
... a pleasant one and we found the red brick building which has been the location of the market since 1888. After a pleasant Roberts coffee, it would be wouldn’t it, I made a beeline for the fish stalls, as I find these sorts stalls the most interesting in any market, anywhere in the world. They had a pretty nice display of our principal food fishes from northern waters and I’ve included a couple of photos, together with another view of the hall.
After this our ...
Other places to stay in Bromma
Brommaplan , Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $107
Norrbyvagen 30, Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $113
Kvarnbacksvagen 135, Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Margretelundsvagen 125, Bromma | Hotelfrom $227
Akeshovs Slott 1, Bromma | Hotelfrom $150
Ulvsundavagen 193C, Bromma | 4 star hotelfrom $118