Quality Hotel Prince Philip
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... no 2 buck chuck here). After doing some price comparison, Travis was able to figure out their prices aren't much higher than the US for most things (maybe 10% more?) in the $15+ price range. Higher end items are pretty much in line. [Alcohol / beer / wine in restaurants / bars / cafes is pretty much prohibitively expensive (for us, especially after some of the places we've been) -- with $8 or so being the cheapest you can find a beer, $9 for wine and $10 ...
... It wasn't far to walk back though. The Vasa Museum houses the 17th century Vasa Ship which sank in Stockholm’s harbor on 10th August 1628 on its maiden voyage. The ship was rediscovered in 1956 by wreck specialist, Anders Franzén, and lifted 5 years later. Walking into the darkened museum specially built to house the vessel, you get a very real impression of the might of the battleships of the era. Really impressed with the museum! You enter ...
... of Leah, a retired DA and avid violinist.
So, we are headed to Stockholm for 3 nights then will train to the conference in Gothenburg. We'll then train to Copenhagen, fly to Oslo, and train to Bergen for the fjords. I've been saying "Bergen for the fjords" in a Norwegian accent a lot lately. That train ride is listed on travel sites as one of the most beautiful in the world. Who knew?
I went over to Bro this afternoon to see Anneli and Victoria. I first stopped by the hostel to pick up my gigantic red suitcase that surely weighs more than 20kg (most airlines´ check in baggage limit). Christoffer came with me, so he could help lug it to the central station, from where I took a regional train to Bro.The roads were full of packed snow and gravels, so it was not a cake walk to roll a monster suitcase. I will have to reevaluate my items when I am back. ...
As you know, we mega drove after the Northern Lights and made it to Stockholm in 2 days. Neither of us were really that keen on going into the city but my Lonely Planet book made it sound so lovely that it felt wrong to just drive on by.
We should have driven on by!
To be fair, we probably didn't give it our best shot and maybe the mega drives had caught up with us but pretty much everything went poorly. ...