Elite Hotel Stockholm Plaza
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... walk twenty minutes to the metro station then take the metro. We decided to walk. An hour later we were stood at the bus stop outside the apartment waiting for the bus. We'd followed the signs until they disappeared, tried numerous footpaths but couldn't find the metro, so had thrown in the towel and returned to the bus stop. What do you know, we'd just missed one, so had to wait another twenty five minutes for the next. We finally made it into the city, was this one ...
... 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 ...
It is still a working palace so when guests of importance comes to Stockholm they stay in the apartments we have seen. Pretty cool.
We checked out the treasury under the palace. Pretty jewels, swords and Crowns.
we then went to the Nobel Museum, the museum all about the Nobel price. Great stuff. Went on the free tour and loved all the information of how it started, what a person receives, and all the ...
... and returned to Gamla Stan, where we had an outstanding meal on Stortorget Square, across from the Nobel Museum. Of course, we dined outside and were treated to snippets of conversations in at least five different languages, a piano recital in the middle of the square and just plain life going on. Very dynamic and very enjoyable.
Tomorrow, we say good-bye to Sweden – a place we have enjoyed immensely. On to Oslo and the Norway segment of the ...
... shores along Strömmen, an excited public waited to watch the ship leave Stockholm and celebrate her departure. Over a hundred crewmen were on board, as well as women and children. The crew had permission to take family and guests along for the first part of the passage through the Archipelago.
For the first few hundred meters, Vasa was warped along the waterfront with cables from the shore. ...