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... I heard. Then the Swedish guy explained things to me, which was really nice! Also, it seemed like other people also didn't understand a lot or wanted to ask questions but didn't, so I bet they were relieved that they weren't the worst one there and I was there to ask questions! The Dutch girl did tell me later that was the case for her, haha. So we were there for nearly 2 hours, and had a good time! I learned what people did over the weekend. People shared ...
... br> Not so fancy was the hotel’s breakfast: eggs, beans, bacon, cereals, yogurt, and breads. It was filling, but not as imaginative as last night’s dinner.
We’ve found that an easy and efficient way to get to know a foreign city is to take a hop-on hop-off bus.
That certainly was the case today in Stockholm. It’s a big city, with points of interest spread out on several islands. It’s far too big to ...
... of the right kidney....ROCKY STONE!!! It was time to go back to the hospital. Fortunately, the pain wasn't too bad, but I knew what was in the cards. I knew that there was still some time before the real pain would take its grip on me, but I wasn't taking any chances. So, I set out a path and walked to the hospital emergency room. By the time I arrived, the full-blown pain was back. I was admitted once again, but this time I knew that I was going to be there for ...
... Afterward we boarded a bus headed for Vaxholm, a sleepy little town about 45 min from Stockholm. The city was closed until summer, with the only real tourist attraction being a spectacular fortress. We arrived to late to visit though. After that we headed to the Saturday Södermalm couch surfing event at bar Carmen, this was my second saturday in Stockholm!
Finally Jamie gets released. The stone required a catheter which ...
Nan woke us early as we had to dress quickly to catch the train to Stockholm before 8.00am. Peter and I rubbed the sleep out of our eyes and followed Nan's instructions to dress quickly. We strapped on our backpacks and hopped across the road to the train station with Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal. We only had to wait a little while before the train arrived and we were allowed to board.
Peter and I hopped up the steps and eventually found our seats, this was ...