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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... to catch the sunrise and it was still dark, checking my watch It was only 0600.. So even breakfast wasn't open..so I sat up on the top deck and waited for the sunrise, I was joined later by a whole Chinese tour bus...lol It was worth getting up though as the sunrise was beautiful. We were just cutting through glass like water amongst hundreds of Islands, It reminded me a lot of Canada with the brown fishing huts and boat sheds reflecting on still ...
... Cheryl has the deep fried tuna and glass of Sancerre.
Following lunch Cheryl decides to head back to the hotel while I head for the Vasa Museum. This museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Stockholm. It holds the full sized authentic 17th century sailing ship that was built to fight the Poles, however the ship sank on its maiden voyage. It was raised from the sea floor 300 years later and restored to it's ...
... to bed, sick still. Katie and Tom had a date to meet friend not far from us, under the bridge at a loud and fun bar/party place so they left and Roger John and I walked the few steps to the pub by the canal, sat in the sun, drank a few beers and had fingerlicking god ribs and didnt bat an eyelid at the price. Everything in Scandinavia is ridiculously expensive so you just suck it up and be pleased you dont live here. Off to bed, dreaming of Royal Princes of course.....well perhaps not the ...
... evenings are beautiful as almost every window is filled with candles or star-shaped lights. It seems almost magical to me and I never tire of it.
Our first day back we did some housekeeping chores. We refilled our tunnelbana card and then made a visit to the local supermarket, and of course, Systembolaget to refill the wine rack!
In the afternoon we walked to Gamla Stan to see the Christmas Market and to just enjoy being in old familiar places. ...
... me going too far). There was a bike lane for much of the way, and I didn't have any other bikes in my vicinity. There weren't many hills either, so it felt safe and easy!
I got there a little past 3, and the meeting wasn't until 5:15. So I walked around Saint Eriksson street, which seemed to be a big shopping street in the area. A lot of boutiques and restaurants and stuff like that. Nothing too fancy. I asked this lady if she knew where ...