Scandic Norra Bantorget
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... ship lay at the bottom of the harbor until 1961, when it was floated and extensively preserved. The Vasamuseet was constructed to house the vessel, which is clearly the best preserved 17th century ship known. The ship is on display in a dimly lit space that allows clear views from the keel to the upper deck. The workmanship and artistic qualities of the vessel are impressive and it was a very enjoyable exhibit.
We jumped back on ...
... four hours or so before entering the open Baltic, and we continued to enjoy the scenery from a window table in Giovanni’s, the specialty Italian restaurant.
It was one of those days where everything seemed to click perfectly. The only downside was that, unlike Tallinn and Helsinki, one day isn’t nearly sufficient to take in everything that Stockholm has to offer. I had no idea what a great city it is. We might just have to make a return trip ...
The tour is over. Just arrived home. Feel me dissapointed to be back in Europa. Not good place for me. My life would be happier if i was much less time in this state EU.
So far i cannot change it.
Thanks to all who supported me in the special environments. Especially the Kunas in Panama and the Mayan guides in Mexico. They gave lotts of their energy to me in ...
... after our three nights in a chair.
Contrary to what I said I was going to do once we arrived in Stockholm, we decided to go for a walk in the city center. The city has a bunch of cobblestone streets with orderly little buildings all in a row. The Christmas lights are still up which makes the place seem more charming. We have a lot to see tomorrow in the daylight. It was starting to sprinkle on us and we decided to return to the room. We saw in ...
And I am going as a millionare!
Well, 200 USD equals approximately 4 million Dong, so technically I'm not lying.
One chilly morning in September I caught a glimpse of my face in the reflection of a window, it was a pale, tired face, with dead eyes. It reminded me of the expression "the lights are on but nobody's home". Or even better: "the wheel is ...