Scandic Norra Bantorget
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and found myself a lovely blazer and dress for 60% off.
The Saturday involved a leisurely breakfast at a little cafe and a walk, followed by a trip to the store to buy another bag of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups after Annie, the dog, ate the entirety of the first bag (she's a Golden Retriever...go figure!).
My flight to Copenhagen left LA at 7:30pm, and the drive up was relatively uneventful. I slept the whole flight and got to Växjö by ...
... Palace, the current residence if the Royal family. The boat cruise confirmed the beauty of Stockholm and the Palace and gardens were stunning. I was fascinated by the history and significance of the Palace rooms and the periods they represented. The weather has been just perfect and I have had two very enjoyable days. To top off a good day today we received a message from Simon to say that our luggage is being delivered to his place tomorrow. That was very welcomed ...
... so they needed food horses, dogs,sleds ,and other equipment for the new life. All this was buried with them in these ships..in huge mounds about 900AD to be discovered again in the late 1800s. Constant research is going on to discover ways to stop the deterioration of the wood but time is running out and we could be the last generation to see these finds in this condition. Back to the city and a view of the Royal Palace high on the hill overlooking the city proper. This place oozes ...
... a view of the Promenade deck below us. This deck was used to enter and exit the ship. It also had all the trinket shops, duty free shopping, and junk food. So the deck was always busy. But with sealed windows, and drapes for nighttime, we heard nothing.
Following breakfast, we manned the deck to watch ...
... section was the one on the Sami Culture. I really enjoyed the history and could have just attended the museum for that exhibit. From there we headed to the Vasa Museet. A museum basically built around the Vasa, a massive warship built in the 17th century. It was commissioned by the King and made its maiden voyage on the 10th August 1628. It is 69m long and 48.8m tall and within minutes of setting sail it sunk before making it out of the harbour taking most of its crew with ...