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... out in the country side with a fantastic tour guide (Urban). he really new his Vikings. we learned all about the rune stones and how they tell peoples life stories and adventures a thousand years ago. most of them were tipped over or even used as building material in churches when christianity took over from the Pagan Vikings. We also visited the the mythical home of the norse gods. ...
... last day in Stockholm so we just went into the city and ambled around for the day. It kind of has everything and definitely somewhere we'd like to return to in the summer. It's a perfect place for people watching, where a lot of the guys look like male models and the girls are blonde and look like gorgeous Swedish stereotypes. Seems we fit in nicely. Our apartment has been okay but with a couple of quirks. There's a noise, at night, and sometimes in the day, and I ...
... them, and they all socialized in the cafe and had a good time. Yay, I love it when I orchestrate good parties, haha, especially because many guests get disappointed that Stockholm is so dead during weeknights around this time of the year. I also love the Italian language. It really sounds so expressive and rhythmic. And the way Italians use their hands and facial expressions-- something you don't see everyday in Stockholm!
... I asked for directions... It was supposed to only be 2 blocks, but I ended up taking a pretty roundabout way (to see the city obviously... or maybe I just got a tad disoriented). I got a little taste of Drotting gatan which is like Stockholm's Karl Johan street (or was it Johan Karlsson) in Oslo. It's pedestrian and has many shops and restaurants. At 9:30 on a Sunday, the street only had a handful of beggars and seemingly diligent elderly people.
The Vasa is a ship over 300 years old. Unfortunately King Gustavs plans of grandeur and size destroyed it's ability to float and it's maiden voyage she sunk shortly after leaving the wharf. Luckily being so close to shore only 30 of the 200 on board lost their lives. The ...