Welcome Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but it was pretty funny. Hallen går lalalalla lej, or something like that.
Then we had the appetizer, which was crispy bread, butter, and herring in this creamy sauce that tasted like dill/honey mustard. Apparently this combination is so popular, restaurants up north even have an acronym on their menu for it: SOS (I forget what the first S stands for, but O for ost, cheese, and S for sill, the herring thing). It tasted alright. Then Daniel ...
... We experienced hot, dry, apparently summer-like spring weather during our time in Stockholm and found the costs associated with transport, food, clothing and entry to tourist destinations comparable to Australian prices (alcohol costs and availability are the only noticeable difference). We have found the locals to be pleasant, quick to shift from a Swedish 'Hej!' to an ensuing conversation in fluent English and efficient and perhaps a little shy, yet proud of their nationhood. ...
... not enough for a small bird, no. I watched the same bird fly back looking for more. This time the chickens were in on it and chased the bird to a spot on a post where they couldn't reach him. But the bird was planning his flight route... he saw an opening, swooped down, grabbed another food square with the chickens running like spit fires after him, and he got away unharmed. I appreciated the epic battle.
There was a small otter ...
... to watch the ship dock. At 8:30 we were off the boat and on the City tour bus. It was a bit hit and miss to begin with as the service did not start properly until 10. Stockholm is an interesting city built on a number of islands so you are never far from the water. The bus took us round the city with a commentary so we were able to get our bearings. We got off at the Tivoli Gardens where the ...
... And then we ended up on the Malmskillnadsgatan - instead of on Sveavagen! As we learned later, the Sveavagen is not up hill and down dale like the back streets we walked - it would have been just a stroll, not a hike. But we finally made it to The Rex Petit.
We'd booked the hotel back in Oz. We weren't expecting much from the comments on Trip Adviser - but we only needed a bed. There'd been a lot of comments about how small the rooms were, so we ...