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” …
... by the King of Sweden to find who was responsible for this tragic event. Was it a drunken crew? poor officers?bad equipment?or a poor design? No conclusion was ever reached but just by looking at the Vasa especially from her stern you can see how unbalanced ( tender) she was. A sad loss at the time but a tremendous inheritance for Sweden today as she is the only fully preserved from the era anywhere in the world. When the Mary Rose was ...
... royal palace, learnt a lot about the sights and history of Stockholm and then we got of at Skansen the open air museum. It is on an island along with the ABBA museum, the VASA museum, Grona Lund (theme park) and a few other things. As we had already done an open air museum (and this one wasn't free) we went to the ABBA museum and had a look around. We then had a quick lunch and went to grab the bus back to central station to get our luggage and catch our ...
And so does poor design! Today, Emanuel was very kind and took me to see the famous Vasa Museum! A friend of his from Zero8 works there and might have got us in for free ;-) This was a jaw-dropping experience for me from beginning to end! The Vasa ship, who took her Maiden (and only) Voyage in 1628 sailed for less than 45 minutes before being overtaken by water and sinking. It didn't even make it out of the Stockholm port. Unfortunately, the ...
... will find an abundance of place to play and even swim....one of my photos is of a beach just 10 minutes walk from where they will be staying.
We continued to walk towards Hammarby slussen. It was a beautiful day and everyone seemed to be enjoying time by the water.
Here are just a few photos of our walk: