Hotel Tre Sma Rum (Three Small Rooms)
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Comfortable no nonsense place to stay in one of the coolest cities
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Solo as usual with accommodation selected on the internet.
“Tre Sma Rum” claimed to be Stockholm’s smallest hotel and the meaning of this passed me by until I popped in to the Hilton for directions and the (very helpful) desk clerk helpfully translated it to me as “three small rooms” …
... pictures show what a job they have done preserving her. Jean tells me that it is as good as the Mary Rose (almost).
In 1920 something a pair of salvage men wanted to blow her up to salvage the black oak timber used to build her. Luckily for all concerned they were told no.
The museum is a mine of information not only about the ship, but preservation methods, maritime history and a few other things. It would be easy to spend a day there ...
... is actually composed of 14 interconnected islands. It dates back to the Stone Age but is considered to have been formally established in 1252. Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic center of Sweden and accounts for 1/3 of the country's GDP.
Our hotel was about a 30 minute ride from the airport and once there we were able to take a 2.5 hour nap before meeting Ron & Marlene Massa in the lobby for drinks and dinner. Sunny and cool ...
... We played some card games and then went to bed. Friday July 17 Friday began pretty late after sleeping in until 11 again. I had a quick breakfast and headed to the laundry place because my clothes smelled pretty horrible at this point. I spent the rest of the afternoon on a free walking tour of old town. It was pretty educational but again the guide wasn't fantastic. The small statue named the little iron boy was my favourite. In the evening I went out for ...
... that we spent a whole day in the ABBA Museum, but we’re just a couple of squares!
On the way home on the Winnie electric bike, we got lost amongst all those bridges and waterways, but no matter, the ride was enjoyable, we had no deadline and we asked whenever we went too far astray. The bike lanes are excellent and the traffic considerate. It was a wonderful day in each other’s company. .