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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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So following the changing of the guard ceremony, we continued to the other side of the island of old town and visited the memories. Except, it was so long ago, I didn't remember much.
The Vasa Museum
Vikings under Leif Ericson, heir to Erik the Red, reached North America, and set up a short-lived settlement in ...
... in Djurgarden. But all was not lost, as dinner featured a stroll through Sodermalm, a neighbourhood considered to be Stockholm's Brooklyn - while not featuring any tourist sights, it's got plenty of bars, cafes, and restaurants packed full of locals during the evening. All in all, Stockholm turned out to be pretty cool today, something I never would've thought possible six years ago, and all this was despite the fact that we never did win our Nobel ...
Today is our last day. Sure wish we had more time here! We clean up, grab breakfast (least tasty meal thus far - so I didn't miss anything yesterday...hahaha!) then pack it up. Boo! We wait in the lobby for Lars and Casey to enjoy a BBQ at Lars' home (a 45-minute drive). We drive through Stockholm and get a tour - compliment of Lars. Again, wishing we had more time here - especially since ...
... quite lovely. Definitely worth shelling out the miles to upgrade. Having a seat that lies flat is pretty nice! Managed to catch a few hours of sleep. Good food too, though somewhat excessive on the portioning - we were still flying from America I guess. The movie selection was impressive - unfortunately I'd already seen most of this year's Oscar nominees and wasn't about to watch Gravity without Tina. When walking to the bathroom I noticed one man ...
... outside the central city. Now the palace is used as the official place for dignataries on state visits to come and stay for typically 3 days. It's cool to walk through a place that is still very functional and also incredibly historical - interesting mixing of old and new all around. One of my favorite stories from this place was about the special Silver Throne. Given to a young Swedish queen in the 1600s, it is a beautiful wooden ...