Scandic Norrkoping Nord
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today was our last day in Stockholm. we took our time leaving the hotel this morning. I'm going to miss the hotels fabulous breakfast. Each morning we started our day with 3 different types of yogurt/creme freche with numerous toppings. There was 4 different types of btead, many cured meats and different cheeses. We also had soft boiled and hard boiled eggs, bacon, scrambled eggs and sausage. Once we had everything packed up, we headed to Gamla Stan. It took a ...
... way for a traditional lunch of potato pancakes (Raggmunk), pork and salad.
We did a refreshing 4 km walk around the island and enjoyed coffee and chats as the Swedish call 'Fika' before travelling back as our time with the Walfriddsons comes to a close, for ...
... A few speeches went over our head then more lovely dancing around the entire hockey arena.
It finished at 5.15 then we met Dave, and partner for the dance Elizabeth, outside for a few photos, then they got into a stretch pink limo (as you do) and off to the gardens for a picnic supper. As the place was pretty busy with cars and people everywhere, we all walked back to the gardens where we found them all enjoying the champers and nibbles, as the sun ...
A morning wandering around the city, checking out the fish market or Feskekorka in a wonderful old church building, plus the large market building of Saluhallen (thanks Ulla for the tips) before the bus ride back to Linköping. Hakan kindly picked us up from the ...
We had another restful start to the day then jumped on a local bus to the Swedish Airforce Museum or Flygvapenmuseum, 10 min away. It was an amazing place that had a wide range of exhibits including most of the remains of a DC3 plane shot down in 1952 during the cold war and only retrieved from the bottom of the Baltic Ocean in 2004.
The airforce base where it is located also houses the ...