Travel Blogs from Stockholm
Lazy morning - slept in til 9 a.m. and hit the road around 11 for the Husqvarna Museum tour. A short drive there and we had a great time walking thru the building .... we saw many many bikes, sewing machines, guns, kitchen appliances, robot lawn-mowers, wow. We didn't know they manufactured so many different things!! Excellent tour.
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Remember us ? We have decided to take a much safer family vacation this year...from the world's hot spot of Israel to the land of peace, harmony, midnight sun and strange fish product...Sweden ! A Russian studies conference for Kate provides the pretext, and so off we are. The kids prepared with several viewings of "How to …
... the more dramatic. The evening was a formal one so we dressed for dinner then went to a show given by a wonderful pianist. Off to bed as we lose an hour of sleep & arrive in Helsinki tomorrow. Love you all! PS. Turned in 270 Krona & got back $39.66! Of course they buy back for less & won't exchange coins!
... to him and entered the museum.
Nan and Aunt Sal were given audio equipment so they could listen to Abba talk about their life as members of the group. Peter and I didn’t know much about Abba so Nan explained they were two couples who formed a very famous singing group in the 1970’s and 1980’s called ABBA. Nan also explained that she and Kylie loved to listen to Abba’s very famous songs including "Waterloo", “Mumma ...
... also the first to be built with two gun decks. It was built in 1628, and sunk 30 minutes and one mile into its maiden voyage. For three centuries it sat at the bottom of the bay in Stockholm before it was raised up in 1961. Surrounding the ship itself, there are displays of everything that went down with her; artifacts, cannons, barrels, even skeletons of some of the 40 people who perished as she sank. The ships grandeur was her undoing. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center