Scandic Hotel Bromma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... Back to the boat, Ship, for lunch and the the highly anticipated tour of the Hermitage Museum. Didn't spot any of you there but you must have been because everyone in the world was there. No restriction on how many people they let in and at times it was intolerable. If you did get the opportunity to take in the art works and surrounds it was pretty neat. (That lingo comes from being on board with a largely American group. All in all a good group). Then just with the ...
... the most of it. It is a lovely city and a warm and friendly environment. It is no wonder people enjoy living here with a well resourced public health system, great education opportunities and very family friendly policies in place. They encourage people to have children, providing 450 days of maternal/paternal leave at 80% of your pay rate! On top of this all families with children under 16, no matter what their income, receive family ...
... and Joakim the owner... in Swedish!! I'm quite proud, so I'm posting here. I left in a few mistakes because they are kind of funny and cute, I think :p It's really too bad I've given up on trying to verbally communicate in Swedish during this trip. Listening to regular conversations is soo hard for me, and that's like the most important component for me. I need to take a class for that or something. Maybe in the future if I ever decide to come back and work ...
... Wahhh. I was squeezing Christoffer's arm so hard he probably almost lost blood circulation, haha. It was about a girl whose best friend commits a suicide after playing the Ouija board game alone. She and 4 of her friends set out to solve the mystery and connect with the dead using the board. I don't believe in these kinds of stuff, but it was really scary nonetheless! D: I got a small popcorn, and Christoffer made fun of me because I was almost done with it before ...
... was a lonely guard standing on the side of the palace doing a little march... by himself... then he went back to his little spot. I took a picture with him because that's what you do when there's a guard in a foreign country! He talked to us and answered our questions, but we couldn't step within the rectangle he was in. He was very stoic, but when I made a joke to the other guys about how I can be all touristy because I'm Asian, the guard chuckled. Gamla Stan is really pretty! ...