Travel Blogs from Stockholm
... bean ragout, fried langouistine, fresh herb salad and foi gras foam
A fantastic scallop
Arctic char baked in butter with variation of asparagus,jerusalem artichoke puree, and wild garlic sauce
Mint and champagne, lightly frozen using dry ice
Suckling lamb, rosemary fried sadel, ...
... having the tube or having it removed. But, at least it was gone. Now for the next painstaking task...peeing. OUCH, OUCH, OUCH, OUCH, OUCH. This was to be expected for a few days. At about 11am, I was finally released from the hospital. Wanting some fresh air, I slowly walked back to the hostel where we no longer had a room but they kindly stored my bags. Hungry for a change of scenery, we checked into Urban Hostel. It was much nicer than my previous confines. ...
... they gave me a full refund and a $50 gift certificate for my next tour with them). So after some quick replanning, I decided to head to Skansen.
Skansen is an interesting place on an island right outside downton Stockholm. It was started by a rich Swedish guy who wanted to preserve a slice of swedish life for posterity. So he spearheaded an effort to find examples of Swedish life in the countryside, packaged it up, and installed ...
Our drive from Sundsvall to Stockholm was fairly uneventful and took us straight down the motorway in four hours. In order to save us/me lugging bags on the underground Sam dropped me at the ferry terminal whilst he continued back through the city to hand back the hire car which in hindsight probably wasn't the best option and made for a rather stressful journey due to traffic. Still, we made on board with plenty ...
... of course, the Golden Room (see a photo here, my photos to follow).
When the tour was over we had a little time to wander through the gift shop and then had to go back to the train station to pick up our luggage and board the 4 o'clock train. Well, that's where it turned out that our train was running late and was expected at 5:50... After a while of running around and dealing ...