Scandic S:t Jorgen
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... Hall (built in 1546) is on the east side, and in the northwest corner is Kockska Huset, the house of Jörgen Kock, a German immigrant who became mayor of the city and achieved wealth simply and directly: by taking control of the city mint. In the winter the square becomes a skating rink.
... is the largest we have been on. We
spent much of the afternoon exploring the ship. We really like most of it.
It is lacking one major feature we like - a covered wrap around covered
outdoor deck. We like to use it for walks on days at sea. Our bags were in
our room when we got back so we unpacked. A little while later the ...
... 9:00pm and we just came back from our evening of frolicking to the city and back. It was drizzling a bit but not cold so we put on rain jackets and had a good time. There was a concert at the city town hall and they were singing Abba songs that sounded quite good, we saw a group of singers in beautiful costumes on stage, upon further investigation we noticed they were Drag Queens. We left….
Another odd thing that we have noticed is ...
... wavering between wistful and just plain ****** off. And then, with a look of determination that is rare, she stuffed it into her mouth and took a bite that I swear was the equivalent of a redneck opening a beer bottle with his teeth. Hilarious! But not to her. Her poor little stomach was still rebelling and you could see that it took everything she had to keep it down. Little cries would escape her mouth with each spasm, but again, that determination! And so it went for ...
... didn’t mind a bit.
We continued on as far as Tivoli Gardens, an amusement park established in 1843, but did not go inside, as there was not enough time to justify the admission fee. The architecture of the Old City is distinctly northern European. Mostly brick buildings with extensive and elaborate copper roofing, which reminded me of Hamburg. We slowly made way our way back to the ship, walking part of the way along the canal that winds through the Old City, and ...