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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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During our time in Stockholm we made good use of all the warm clothes we packed as the temperatures were a damp and cold 6-8 degrees. We were excited to taste the local cuisine including Skagen, pickled herring and Swedish meatballs!
What do you think of when I say Sweden? IKEA, Swedish meatballs, and the people. There appear to be two lineages here... The Vikings, and the Swedish blondes! We felt we should capture a moment shared with ...
... warm, hooded ponchos and gloves to go in the bar, which was completely made of ice! The floors were not ice. That would be dangerous. But, the walls were solid ice, with fun carvings of wintery scenes. The bar and tables were made of ice and so were all the glasses. I got some sort of apple, cinnamon and vanilla vodka drink. Nathaniel and I ran into a lot of Semester at Sea kids there but we got cold within 20 minutes and left to go explore the old city of Stockholm.
... then taking In all of the exhibits on our own. Well worth the effort if you find yourself in Stockholm. When we left, we realized just how lucky we were with our timing, as the line, which had been only several dozen long when we arrived, now wound all the way across the museum’s courtyard and onto the street.
We’d decided to catch the bus back to the ship, but after counting our money realized we had only 70 Kronor and we needed 72 to take the bus, so we ...
... of Europe. Huge and lavish describes the areas open to tourists. Imagine the sections still closed for the Swedish royalty.
On a side note, Sweden changed its rules of ascension to the throne to just the first born, not the first born male, quite awhile ago. The current heir apparent, Crown Princess Victoria, fell in love with her personal trainer, a commoner. That created quite a stir, however, in keeping with ...
... head that held some air. No thanks! On the lower level of the museum they have the skeletons of the people that died when it sank. Apparently they can tell an awful lot about a person for their bones, and it was all pretty fascinating for me and Brittany (I think Chelsea got a bit bored after dead guy #3). I could write about this for an hour but just google the thing and you'll see how cool it is. We were definitely not disappointed! After the Vasa museum we walked next door ...