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Last night was Vapiano' s again,pasta arrabiatta and a spinach pizza, this was on the wall and I thought a fitting ending to this blog
FEAR LESS, HOPE MORE
EAT LESS, CHEW MORE
TALK LESS,SAY MORE
HATE LESS,LOVE MORE
AND ALL GOOD THINGS WILL BE YOURS!
Midnight,packed, ready to go, .....bye Stockholm, Hello New York
Stockholm was by far our favorite Scandinavian city that we saw (don't tell Copenhagen or Helsinki though, wouldn’t want to hurt their feelings). We took advantage of the Hop On Hop Off bus that the ship offered, figuring that would be the best way to see the sights and then we could circle back to our favorites, like we did in Dublin. Unfortunately we quickly realized that the pace of the bus, combined with the number of people trying to cram ...
... seemed so like Deb’s last year – and she also had the big moon boot on and the ship’s doctor isn’t convinced that she hasn’t broken it.
I was heading for the library next when I spotted Lloyd and Janine in Crooners Bar getting ready to watch the violinist from the other night give a performance down on the Piazza. So I joined them and had a beer and we were all still there when Craig came back ...
Our Ship docked at Nynashamn so we had to bus it to Stockholm. First bus we got on was kind of cancelled so we were sent to another bus. So we still made it to Stockholm what a very beautiful city it is & well be worth another visit. We visited the Parliament house & the museum of the two gun deck sailing ship in a Ship Museum Wow was it amazing to see in the person. decided to have lunch at the museum as no time in the tour for lunching so off we set & we tried ...
... for the remainder of the day. 12 May 2014: I slept in this morning since I was still experiencing some post-surgery discomfort. However, I did need to stretch my legs so we just walked around town for a while. After nearly a week of hospital food, I didn't hesitate when loading up at a kebab shop for lunch. This was to be our last day in Stockholm. The memories will always be bittersweet. I'll let you know if they become just bitter when I eventually see the hospital ...