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... again took us over 2 and a half hours to look around David said it Was the best museum he had ever visited, neither of us were expecting to see a fully preserved 350 year old Swedeish ship of the line. When she was lunched she was the first 2 gun deck ship of the line thst Sweden had ever built. Shortly after her launch (1500m) she listed and sank taking with her to the bottom all her crew, some are now preserved in the museum. An inquiry ...
... to being freezing cold. It was awesome though, they get fresh ice each year from the Swedish rivers and they design a new bar. There is artworks in the ice, the bars, seats, glasses are all made from ice. It was really cool, and we learnt exactly what winter would be like, and we are all currently looking for thermals.
The final day in Sweden we decided to do a Hop on/Hop off bus around Stockholm before flying out at 4.50pm. We walked Gamla Stan (old ...
... past a German cruise ship whose passengers were gathered on their decks and balconies, waving to us.
We met up at the Red Ginger specialty restaurant with Marion and Alan, our British friends, who will be hosting us in England for a couple of weeks after the cruise.
Red Ginger is the ship’s Asian-themed eatery. The food and service was outstanding, especially their miso-glazed sea bass. ...
... and swimming areas are very popular with the local residents. I've heard the statistic that every Stockholm resident lives within 500 meters of a park. I've never tested the fact, but I'm willing to believe it. There are parks and playgrounds everywhere you go. I'm excited to know when my grandchildren visit in a few ...
... up inside and visit the Vasa Museum, a museum that houses an old 17th century warship that had sank outside of Stockholm. A majority of the warship had been salvaged and reconstructed in the museum. After visiting the museum, we went out to dinner to a student buffet on top of a hill overlooking the city. Although the buffet was a little pricy, it definitely wasn't the most expensive thing (seeing that a meal at a simple restaurant there like TGI Fridays ...