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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... iPhone 6-- wow! It was my first time seeing an iPhone 6 since I have been on the road ever since it came out, and technology is not one of the things I keep tabs on. Its shape resembled more of a Samsung Galaxy than the rounded rectangle of an iPhone. The price tag had me foaming, but good for Victoria for saving up and pulling together all her gifts and resources to get what she wanted!!
We had fika-- Anneli had the most delicious, creamy left ...
... a zoo with amongst other animals, moose and lynx, which are both native to Sweden. From Skansen onto Vasa, which is a museum containing the war ship Vasa which sank in Stockholm harbour in 1628, forty minutes into her maiden voyage. The ship was salvaged in 1961 and restored, and is now the worlds only preserved 17th century ship. A walking tour of Gamla Stan (the old town) was next and the day ...
... pass it and we'll on my way to the 2nd island *past* the palace. U turn. Get to the palace and don't see much. Wait. Took some pictures (of what, I'm unsure). Wait. Wonder what the fuss of this us. Wait. Figure it's a silly tourist trap. I walk. I read as I walk about what's so great about this changing if the guards. I read there's a horse parade and quite a to-do. I go to another part of the palace and now see everything. I happen to stand near a couple that ...
Our flight to Stockholm on Monday 2 June was pleasant and we had a nice view flying over the coast of Norway with a large number of lakes and snow topped mountains. We were excited to be spending a week with Jacqui's Godson Ian, his wife Aleks and son Edmund. Ian had given very detailed instructions of how to find his office on the fringe of the CBD in Stockholm, once we got our connection into the city. He is the Director of Sweden's Institute of ...
... Arena. The Arena hosting Stockholms ice hockey resembles a giant golf ball and is the largest spherical building in the world. We have a wonderful panoramic view of the city 130 metres above sea level. Unfortunately it was raining this morning so our view was a little blurry. We continued our tour of the city having a look at the hotel that Benny from ...