Quality Hotel Airport Arlanda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It was so good I forgot to photograph it before I devoured every bite!
When we were here last summer we ate in the garden but today we sat in the "indoor" sun room. They have wonderful bright lights that simulate sunshine. The room was lined with potted plants and small tables with checkered table cloths. It was a cheery place to have breakfast on a dreary ...
... It's too detailed to go into here, but needless to say, it made me want to be an archeologist... And it really is a "must see"! From the Vasa it was onto the Skansen, an open air museum showcasing historical buildings from all over Sweden. It also houses a zoo and an aquarium as well as stage for concerts. Again, we were blown away. The preservation of the buildings and the grounds surrounding them was incredible. Entire farmsteads were moved, log by ...
... with the temperature in the mid 20s. At 1700 we attended a Captains Circle presentation for Princess's Gold level passengers (2nd tier after your first cruise) with some entertainment and pitch on the merits of attaining higher levels and the potential rewards. A voucher each for a free drink were given to all attending with draws for a bottle of champagne and status upgrade for the rest of the voyage being made, ...
... Being a bit of a construction and science nerd, as some would put it. I enjoy interesting equipment, machines and engineering
marvels and when you think of what I have to compare with regarding trains, Edmonton’s LRT and Kimberley Coalmine tour trains are less then engineering marvels.
Anyways, I digress. The trip to Stockholm on the bullet train was pretty awesome and quick only 20 mins from the station. Kim was ...
... less than 1m wide (see pic). We visited the Cathedral which dates back to the 13th/14th century, although it’s been added to and altered over the centuries – it was very impressive!
Like Denmark, Sweden is built on a series of islands and so there is water everywhere! The waterfront is well-cared for and you can walk for miles along the waterways. We took a cruise sightseeing tour ...