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Travel Blogs from Stockholm
... as well. The building is located right on Lake M...... From City Hall, we walked to the Royal Palace where we toured all the public rooms as well as the treasury. It wasn't quite time for the changing of the guard, which we wanted to see,but It is Sunday & it occurs 1 hour later than usual at 1:15. Not wanting to waste any time, we walked to the old town ...
... off wheeling all their suitcases and following the route they were given.
It was a very hot day and the streets were made of cobblestones so it was very hard for them to wheel the suitcases. Pop was a little annoyed and stated that he was never walking to a hotel ever again. Nan and Aunt Sal just kept on walking and eventually we all made it to the Victory hotel.
Peter and I were happy we were staying at the hotel as it was like a museum - ...
Ive really developed a fondness for Stockholm. In many ways, it reminds me of my Melbourne home, both for pros and cons. Many of the pros seem more appealing to me. Its really green, forest lakes and island throughout the city area. Its got great food, beer, lanes, cafes and restaurants. Its not at all overcrowded. Its a big city, but has less than a sixth of Melbourne's population. It appears to have similar lifestyle. People seem relaxed, friendly ...
... one of them gave him an apple.
After the nap we went to the store. The store, which is about the size of a
Fred Mayers, is about 1.5km away from the apartment – not even a significant
walk in the summer, but clearly a bit of a struggle in winter. Gleb and Sherry
have a special rolling bag they use to shuttle groceries, and that’s one thing
we would need to buy in US if we moved – a sturdy rolling bag with big wheels,
because in the snow the ...
... I had heard that there used to be a 6th prize. – The Nobel Prize for Human Behaviour. The winner was renown for his many papers and studies into what causes laziness and its connection to the human genome. Unfortunately it wasn’t a roaring success as the winner sent someone else to collect the Prize!!!
The guide took us through some cobbled back streets including the narrowest street in Sweden, Marten Trotzigs Gränd. The street is not much more than ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility