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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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De Zweedse hoofdstad staat al een tijd op onze "bucket list", een beetje moderne mens heeft tegenwoordig een "bucket list", vandaag de dag volstaat een wenslijst niet meer. Wat een vreemde naam eigenlijk "bucket list" ik moet maar gaan uitzoeken wat de origine ervan is. Onze "bucket list" is niet bepaald spannend te noemen, die bestaat voornamelijk …
Christoffer and I watched Harry Potter 4-8. This series never fails to amaze me. I need to read the books again! You know a movie is very big or very cerebral when I have seen it-- more than once in this case! I have never been all that into watching things, like movies, TV shows, and viral videos. I just donīt have the patience for them. Reading, I can go as fast I can, but ...
... a hotel laundry! However, she took pity on me and said that she would try to help and called the laundry lady, who said she could only do one machine that day, the rest would have to wait until the morning. Now I’ve stayed in hotels zillions of times and never – or at least rarely, have I been able to justify or be prepared to pay, their laundry charges. So I was a little concerned and I think we got away lightly with a bill for Ģ10.00 ...
... and the happy clink of goblets filled with mead and beer. This was by far my favorite place that we visited in Stockholm. It transported us to a completely different time period and setting. Unlike the gimmicky Medieval Times back in the States, Aifur (named after a legendary Viking ship) recreated a lost era complete with the most succulent food and dangerously strong alcohol. The entire staff was dressed in clothes evocative of the Eighth Century and in the center of all the ...
... map will be with the level of my navigational skills, I think I'll stick to following Dane around.
The EY building in Stockholm was hidden down a little alley way! Took us a while to work out what the triangular shaped text said: Formerly known as Ernst & Young.
There are push bikes everywhere & the bike racks around the ...