Wasa Park Hotell
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... building which you can go in but there was a queue. We just wandered through the streets saw some moving statues (people). Popped in a few shops just to be nosey, We had tea and a cinnamon cake in a cafe, pretty good. Back on the bus to another view point for even more photos before heading back to the ship. We were out all day, the Vasa museum had an English guide which although we paid an entrance fee the tour was free. It isn't ...
... After numerous tests and repairs, it was fixed, only really taking 2.5 hours to complete, thank goodness.
We put the house back together and made the bed, collapsed into it in the auto electrician’s car park again for another night, grateful that everything was working again. It was a big relief, but Des said he wasn’t worried at all. It’s kissing that Blarney Stone that has him talking like that.
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... that his authority did not come free - ******* 18 euro for a 3 minute drive. Sounds like I picked the wrong racket. Stockholm taxi driver wouldn't be that bad - accepting all major credit cards and of course fellatio. Trade would be booming. Thank ******* god we were back at the hostel - my head was growing bigger with every minute passed and was on the brink of explosion. I quickly grabbed the Polish Vodka - I would need to be hammered to get through the next few seconds. Past ...
As you know, we mega drove after the Northern Lights and made it to Stockholm in 2 days. Neither of us were really that keen on going into the city but my Lonely Planet book made it sound so lovely that it felt wrong to just drive on by.
We should have driven on by!
To be fair, we probably didn't give it our best shot and maybe the mega drives had caught up with us but pretty much everything went poorly. ...