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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
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... taxi or not…before the airport train miraculously appeared. We hopped on and were whisked to the airport. Though we did arrive just 75 minutes before the flight, rather than the 3 hours we’d planned for, all was well that ended well.
When we landed in Stockholm at 11 pm, the cab driver was waiting for us with a sign and got us to the airport quickly and easily. The hotel was wonderful and a soft bed was exactly what we needed after the anxiety of the previous few ...
... home! But this gonna be great! Just have to get used to the fact that u're a phone-call away instead of a trip with the subway :) love u all! (I'm already in bangkok when this is uploaded coz I can't find any wifi on this stupid flight!) Live your life and dive and make a dream come ...
... us in Florida before we pulled up our roots and moved to Europe. It was a wonderful coincidence to meet Ben again this year. We enjoyed a typical Swedish lunch at Sturehof.
There's been lots of variety in the weather since we arrived as well, with temperatures as high as 27C and lows around 11C. We're not quite sure how to dress and hope Swedish Sommar will arrive for good soon...Midsommar is only 6 days away! I'll try to post more photos soon!
... Having grown up in SE Michigan, my instinct is to tell you that Skansen is the Greenfield Village of Sweden. This is backwards, however - Greenfield Village is actually the Skansen of the US. Skansen was the first open air museum/historical village of its kind, opened in Stockholm in 1891. After it was opened, a collection of copycats sprung up around eastern, western, and northern Europe. Greenfield Village was opened (a joint ...
... similarity in western countries throughout the world is money and often deriving from that is people's behaviours and values. We have been fortunate enough to see and interact with the local people in three continents. I often wonder whether an African village person put into these wealthy cities would be happier and still humble. Is that the same reason that Asia and Africa offer more life experiences than a place that's so similar to what you would get at home?