The Sandhamn Yacht Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... all the 9 shows and put the history of Amsterdam in it too. I was picked several times to "help." I was considered a witch and got burned alive. It made the show more interesting have someone from our group be a part of it! Haha! Although everyone laughed at me in the audience, it was fun! After the tour, we went to lunch. We sat at a restaurant outside and people watched. We ordered one last glass of wine and beer, and ate. Not having a meal that filled is up, we stopped at Ben ...
... channel. Some islands only big enough for one house, were supporting their Finish or Swedish flag, of course. The weather was a bit chilly and overcast, but the crossing was smooth and the coffee steaming.
Ben had set our iPad, Google world maps, to Stockholm’s City Hall, which has harbor parking 24 hours a day, as long as you like. We exited the bowels of the ferry and headed there straight away, right through the middle ...
I found the park which had some cherry blossom and a colourful group of city joggers. On my return I found the staircase to the ...
... evenings are beautiful as almost every window is filled with candles or star-shaped lights. It seems almost magical to me and I never tire of it.
Our first day back we did some housekeeping chores. We refilled our tunnelbana card and then made a visit to the local supermarket, and of course, Systembolaget to refill the wine rack!
In the afternoon we walked to Gamla Stan to see the Christmas Market and to just enjoy being in old familiar places. ...
... me going too far). There was a bike lane for much of the way, and I didn't have any other bikes in my vicinity. There weren't many hills either, so it felt safe and easy!
I got there a little past 3, and the meeting wasn't until 5:15. So I walked around Saint Eriksson street, which seemed to be a big shopping street in the area. A lot of boutiques and restaurants and stuff like that. Nothing too fancy. I asked this lady if she knew where ...