Solna Hotell & Vandrarhem
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had a group of 17. Beers and wines were ordered. We had a 3-course set menu with creamy lobster soup, roasted duck with beetroot salad and fancy potatoes, and some kind of creamy almondy, citrusy thing as a dessert! Sibhan got vegan dishes, and she said it was the best vegan food she's had at a non-vegan restaurant! Her dishes were also like the twice the size of others, and she was wondering if they took pity on ...
... finished the book "Gone Girl"! 555 pages in 3 days. Not bad! There were many turns that left me gasping. I really liked it-- I'm not one for crime thrillers and such, but it was goood. I picked out a new book that's supposed to be similar called "This is Where I Leave You" (can't italicizes on my phone, so quotation marks will have to do). I'll read it on my bus rides to and from these obscure airports I'll be ...
So I finally made it to Södermalm today. The Brooklyn of Stockholm. The trendy hipster place. The place I've been sending guests who wanted to venture to a young, fun area. It was a 30 minute walk through Gamla Stan to get there. I met up with Christoffer at the central station and tried to make it there for the free walking tour at 2pm. Well, we got there at 2:08 and nobody was around. So we walked down the Main Street. We passed the Slussen station, which was featured in ...
... is outspoken about getting rid of the royal family. The royal family does seem like an antithesis to the Swedish philosophy of jante (nobody's better than another) and progressiveness. Oh yeah, she also explained the mother from Max acted strange yes, but some Swedish people are very squirmish about having their pictures taken. Apparently you aren't allowed to take pictures at bars here!! You'll get your camera taken again! Also, on cruises, they will take your camera away and ...
... into second place. The score also netted Lars about 600 SEK (gambling on sporting events and many other things is legal in Sweden)
We left the stadium in high spirits and walk a short distance to Lotta's apartment for dinner.
It was a great afternoon and we were home just in time to watch the World Cup Bronze match on TV!!!!
I'm not able to upload photos right now but hope to soon!