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... We did however see the Royal Chapel ... beautiful ... not allowed to take photos anywhere in the palace ... boo!
We had a late lunch at the Oldest Restaurant in the World:
What a wonderful place and such good food! We even had a tour of the building after ... this is the restaurant where the Nobel Peace Prize committee meets to discuss and make decisions on each year's winners. Very cool!
We walked down to the lake ...
... cargo from sea ships to lake ships before the locks were built. Apparently Swedish grannies knit caps for him in winter.
That was us at the end of our self guided tour so we headed back along another of the interesting streets and found ourselves back in Jarntorget – the first square we’d come to so sat down there and had a coffee. We then explored Vasterlangatan which is where all the shops and cafes are ...
... speed) and had two rows of cannons set fairly high on the ship (to increase range), making the ship top-heavy and unstable. It only sailed for about an hour or so before it tipped over and sank, killing about 50 of the people onboard. The ship itself was pretty amazing because it was so complete, as were the displays explaining the science of the preservation. It is challenging to keep the ship from deteriorating, especially with the thousands of visitors, who add heat ...
Hej Hej! We went to Kristianstad Friday to see the Åkesson family who hosted Julia's friend during exchange and who's daughter Caroline went to NZ on exchange. So Brad had also met Caroline when she visited NZ a year ago, so it was good for him to see a familiar face! Julia was very fond of Cutty and Cilla, so there was no question about going for a visit. It was a two hour train ride east of where we had been staying in Gantofta. We had a great dinner at home with ...
Just before the new year Lars' brother Simon called us to ask if we'd like to attend a holiday concert at the beautiful Högalidskyrkan. The church is very near our apartment, in fact it is a visual landmark at the western end of Södermalm. We walked with Simon and Ulla the few short blocks in the darkening evening. It was was cool and crisp, no snow on the ground, but still the spirt of holidays in ...