Welcome Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Wallenberg still had to operate under Sweden's neutrality policy... then this older Japanese lady who was with her daughter asked what neutral meant. So another girl in the group tried to explain that it was like being in the middle, not on one side or the other. And the lady was like, hmm.... OH! (light bulb) LIKE JAPAN! And the rest of us were like, no no nooo. And when she realized what was going on, she looked so down, it was kind of sad :( The ...
... walking into a giant maze of books. Each book has a past and story to tell. Leandra and I got very excited. Then a thought crossed our minds, "How many other 18 yr old girls, walk into an ancient book story with an attendant and computer system that looks out of the 90's, see walls and walls of book and get so excited they jump up and down and are silently squealing in the west wing of the store?" Hummm? Good question, my guess is not too many. FYI we aren't secretly old ladies... ...
... that the chip average was still around the 5,000 mark.
Then as the numbers began to dwindle, players started getting moved to our table to replace those that had busted out. A guy sat down next to me with a mountain of chips and something, call it instinct if you want, told me that this would be the guy that put me out of the tournament.
Just before the first break I got involved in a hand with him which cost me about 6,000 of my 11,000 stack. I laid it ...
... stop. We worked our way back to the hotel and to relax. At 18:00, we had reserved a spot at the IceBar. This was so cool. You were given ponchos with hats and gloves. This was needed as it was -7 C in the room. The coolest thing was the glasses you used were also made out of ice. After a drink we went to dinner and then called it a night. We are all ...
... waterside flats.) The only down side to the commentary tape was their habit of playing poor cover versions of Abba songs while we went up and down in the locks. They said that a CD was available to buy at the end of the trip. I did not see any takers. It is hard to believe that in the winter much of what we were sailing through freezes solid and people cross over it on foot. Or how little daylight they must get. After a couple of ...