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The sidewalks are jammed, traffic is heavy. Everyone seems to be on a mission to finish their last bit of shopping. It's a clear day and the temperatures are dipping as the sun makes it's brief appearance on the shortest day of the year.
We decided to start our day with a walk on the sunny side of Lake Mäleran. The arc of the sun is low in the southern sky. We were going to walk along the lake from our apartment on ...
... noticed him – and probably as payback for the ribbing about the tap dancing asked the whole audience to wave to Lloyd . However Lloyd was blissfully unaware of this and proceeded to turn round and give us the fully dressed version of a brown eye. We cracked up. Once the show was finished we headed back into Crooners where the atmosphere was much less rowdy than the night before. We played a music trivia quiz ...
... voyage out of Stockholm.
The museum is on several levels with the ship taking pride of place in the center, so you can climb up and gaze down at the magnificence of Swedish ship-making from that era. The information provided piques the interest nicely, without rambling off into boring directions. I'd give it an 8/10.
If there is one other museum not to be missed it is Skansen, the open-air museum. When we went they were holding a 'Drop-In' wedding service so I ...
... of underwater archaeology. Here in Sweden, if a wreck is discovered now, then it is left alone ie no salvage operation is to be undertaken of the actual vessel or its’ cargo.
One of the museum’s staff was a very affable Bosnian Serb, who took us on a guided tour of some of the houses and sights. Actually, we were invited to join a party of Swedes and they of course, being bilingual (at least) were perfectly happy for the guide to conduct his ...
... bean ragout, fried langouistine, fresh herb salad and foi gras foam
A fantastic scallop
Arctic char baked in butter with variation of asparagus,jerusalem artichoke puree, and wild garlic sauce
Mint and champagne, lightly frozen using dry ice
Suckling lamb, rosemary fried sadel, ...