TripAdvisor Reviews Ronneberga Stockholm
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... appear in the landscape as small hills. We walked around its pretty lake then through an area called Israels Plads. Also located in the decommissioned fortification ring it has a covered food market at one end and an open space for kids at the other with basketball courts and skate ramps. We then wandered through the botanic garden, among the prettiest outdoor spaces in the city. The Botanical Garden was first established in 1600 but ...
Dinner was in the main part of town and today it is to be in a local restaurant as part of their dine around experience. There are 10 in our group. Really good night, nice food and good company, the menu was a little different. Creamed cabbage, horse steaks and squid ink barley to name some of the more unusual items.
An unusual wake up call at 12.30 this morning the fire alarm went off in the hotel. It continued for a few minutes when we thought we had better ...
Just had to do a quick update for my warm weather friends. We have been having snow flurries this afternoon and as I watch from the cozy warmth of our apartment it looks lovely.
I'm not sure how I will feel about it when we go out later to have dinner at Lotta's, but the kid in me wants to go make a snowman...NOT. Just looking out the window is enough! Warm and dry!
Last night was Vapiano' s again,pasta arrabiatta and a spinach pizza, this was on the wall and I thought a fitting ending to this blog
FEAR LESS, HOPE MORE
EAT LESS, CHEW MORE
TALK LESS,SAY MORE
HATE LESS,LOVE MORE
AND ALL GOOD THINGS WILL BE YOURS!
Midnight,packed, ready to go, .....bye Stockholm, Hello New York
... was able to enjoy the end of the Opera concert, a cute cartoon on the cultures of Barcelona and Stockholm, and tons of people dancing!
This city is absolutely beautiful, the people are incredibly kind and lovely, and there is so much music and water - I love it!
Quote for the Day:
"This is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good-humor."
- Charles Dickens