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... but enough to offend an eye accustomed right angles and center of the level bubbles. Like most truly old places, the statuary is everywhere and the squares are surrounded by eating/drinking/chatting establishments.
Unlike Denmark, it seems that Stockholm was building up when the nation was a political and strategic power in Europe, so there are many more churches, municipal buildings, trade houses and the like. The vistas and views are impressive. I have no experience ...
... Thursday, need to keep the tradition) and of course princess cake (A sponge cake filled with cream and covered in brightly coloured mazipan).
A few final fun facts from Sweden;
-Vikings actually exist (past tense. Existed). in Sweden.-Abba and Pippi Longstockings originate from Sweden (and gingerbread. Check out Anna's at your local Woolies)- Fika is a religion to the Swedes. It ...
So what better time to visit Sweden than when Sarah and Johan are there. After Sarah spent the weekend in London with us we jumped on a plane back to Sweden to join Johan (flew on Norweigans new 787 dreamliner...so nice). He was kind enough to pick us up from the airport and into Stockholme we went. We dropped our stuff on our ship, yes we stayed on a ship for a night. The ...
... hip if not ancient, well hip a few hundeed years ago. Also saw the Swedish crowns, scepters, and bejeweled swords in treasury.
Outside the amazing palace was a protest with a lot of well, looked like hippies protesting mining. On the other side of the building was a military musical parade that happens every day at noon throughout the year. Interesting contrast but definitely supports the fact that the area is a place of free ...
... during the trip. Finding something that we all agree on is a challenge. None of us like fast food... But food is really expensive so we try to find something that the kids will actually eat after we pay an arm and a leg for it. We found a lovely patio on the water and enjoyed some traditional Swedish sandwiches with a glass of wine for me and a beer for Robin. There were ducks to feed with the leftover bread and it was a moment of relaxation in a busy ...