Scandic Norra Bantorget
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... us. There were bands and food booths along with dancing and other street activities.
We stayed in port for a couple of hours then reboarded for our cruise home. We booked a table on the Mariefred and enjoyed dinner as we watched a beautiful sunset and the passing scenery on our return to Stockholm.
It was truly a memorable day. Here are a few photos!
... must understand I am craving time with my loved ones over partying on the beach with Australians. Also, practicing yoga, I don't have the same urgency to see everything, right now. I value introspective time and activities so much now. So here I am! It is nice to be back in Stockholm. The weather is quite mild, around 40 degrees and sunny. I am staying at Christoffer's. I introduced him to some ...
... on a Chinese news website this morning and texted her friend saying not to go on the hot air balloon ride. Then a few hours later, there was an updated article with the friend's name in it =O She got in touch with the dad, who's getting ready to fly to Turkey to retrieve the body =O I felt beyond awful for her. I know what it's like to lose a dear friend :( It's probably best for her to go home and spend time with ...
... great but kind of looked like cow poos… but less green.
A big thing we did was a bike ride down a mountain. They didn’t have bikes the size of my one at home and I had to ride the biggest bike I ever have. It also only had handbrakes which I’d never tried either. A couple of hours of riding we found that my bike was a bit broken and had its brakes stuck on halfway. After I swapped bikes with Cully I had much ...
I showered and passed out for a few hours. Then I got up around 4pm (or 16:00 as they write here). It was grey and drizzling outside, something I'll have to get used to! I walked a few blocks up the street to go grocery shopping at Köphem (literally means "shop home"). Everything was smaller, from the store itself to the produces. I guess it could be a city thing in addition to a European thing. I got fresh organic vegetables, snacks, toiletries, ...