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Stockholms domkyrkoförs.

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  • Day53

    Stockholm Sweden

    June 16, 2016 in Sweden

    No rain today! It was an easy walk to the Prague railway station and out the other side to the AE bus stop to ride to the airport T3. 33 mins later and we alighted. Stephen exchanged our remaining Czech money for Swedish krona. We've eaten some of our provisions and are waiting for the all to board our SAS flight to Stockholm. Hopefully the flight will run on time as the previous SAS to Copenhagen leaving from the same gate has been delayed.We have arrived it's 7:45 pm and it's raining here and 15C but not too bad. The hotel room has really poor lighting and NO WINDOW.Oh for 2000$ more we could be upgraded! It eels so claustrophobic .We took a bus here & it was close to the accommodation so that was really good!& we purchased return to airport tickets and saved a small fortune, not going via train (430 instead of 980 sek).Read more

  • Day54

    Sweden Day 2

    June 17, 2016 in Sweden

    Because there are no windows nighttime lasts forever in this room. So it was 8 am when we woke up! Breakfasted in the hotel - a good feed, no nice cheese! We've been spoilt. We found the way to the tourist info at the Central station and from there we decided on our day's activities. We walked through Drotining a shopping street to Parliament at Rikgatan. We walked by the water and saw part of the changing of the guard and stopped to buy ferry tickets for the feather island in the archipelago (Fjäderholmslijen). A nice trip and the rain has stopped. We had a burger with small roasted potatoes and a garlicky mayo on the side with a local beer( OK) called Monkey Business). We wandered all over this little island stopping in at the local artisans stores. I bought a few items to bring back home. I accidentally walked close to a Nordic seagull chick - its parent swooped down after me but I escaped with paper bag over my head. They are a noisy bunch.I found a stray egg in a nest on a rock face earlier, obviously no good and Stephen photographed it and a chick at the water's edge which must have been a seagull. The next ferry isn't until 4:30 so we'll just meander a bit .Its a 20 min ride back.We walked through some of Gamla Stan the old town, stopping for a beer ( dark) in an old tavern that was a dungeon. The beer was quite good. Stopped at small shops before entering a square with the Nobel Museum and there we had dinner at Kaffe Koppen - Baked potato and seafood, Spinach& salmon pie. It was delicious with a good salad on the side. We walked back via the palace and then along the waterside passing many bridges , finally arriving back just enforce 9 pm. My feet are sore, 15.5 km, including the ferry travel.Read more

  • Day55

    Sweden Day 3

    June 18, 2016 in Sweden

    Saturday and it's raining. Set my alarm for 7:15 as this room has no natural light to wake you up.Went to breakfast and after we walked to the Royal palace .There we visited the Royal Apartments, The Treasury, The Tre Kronor Museum, The Museum of Antiquities and walked back to the Riddarholmen Church. At 12:15 we stood in the rain waiting to see the changing of the guard.We were often swamped by pushy people with umbrellas when we had stood where directed by guards . In the end the band played on and we only saw them March by having had to empty their instruments of water. There were no horse parades today, I'm glad for the horses.The Treasury was very interesting, seeing the crowns, Queen's robe with ermine finishes, the robe was a red velvet embroided all over with crowns. No photos allowed and this was in a huge vaulted area. The antiquities were mostly of the Roman emperors.The Kronor museum was about the early days to present castle design. The Royal apartments were not as flamboyant as the French, in some quite plain. There was an emphasis on clocks. The church was a cemetery in effect - sarcophagusses of the royals, and crests of nobility on the walls, we walked over stone flooring housing the dead. Something more pleasant occurred when we walked, yes in the rain over Skepps Homsbron bridge to the Moderna Museet ( modern art museum). Some curious artworks, sculptures, some Picasso.Before leaving I had a Chardonnay and dad a cappuccino . On our way back to the hotel we were passing the Town Hall we were able to enter its courtyard and the foreshore garden. S took photos. It was very nice, garden had parties style hedging.We ate at a local pizza place where a delicious cabbage salad was presented with our pollo pizza & bottle of Italian Pinot Grigio (2015- very light).
    Watched Jack& the beanstalk variation & ate a block of chocolate .18 km today.
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  • Day56

    Sweden to Paris

    June 19, 2016 in Sweden

    Stockholm to Paris

    An early start 6:45 to get us to Arlanda airport for a 13:30 flight. Having found the AE bus stop the night before we had no trouble walking the km. The bus was early and it left early too- a good thing we were early. At the airport checking in was easy to our SAS flight. It was cheaper to go via Copenhagen with a plane change. This went smoothly too with barely more than a half hour wait. We arrived at CDG around 5:30 pm. Since we were coming from an EU country there were no customs checks. Caught the airpor shuttle to train station, topped up our Navigo cards and travelled to -Gare du Nord and then changed to Metro line 5 into Bastille station, arriving pretty much at 7:30 pm. ContacyRead more

  • Day12

    Stockholm Tag 2. Es ist noch heißer als gestern. In der Metro auf dem Weg ins Zentrum entscheiden wir uns deshalb gegen das Freilichtmuseum Skansen und springen stattdessen auf eine der Fähren. Eine goldrichtige Entscheidung wie sich wenige Zeit später herausstellt. 2h gleiten wir über den Saltsjön, einer Bucht der Ostsee, und können Stockholm aus einem ganz anderen Winkel betrachten, Sonnenbad bei leichtem Seewind inklusive.
    Als wir anlegen, zeigt das Thermometer 34 Grad im Schatten, die Luft steht in den Straßen.
    Deshalb ab Richtung Auto und weiter zum nächstgelegenen See Lillsjön. Die Erfrischung tut gut. Gegen 20 Uhr starten wir den ersten Versuch für unser Nachtplätzchen an einem See 50km von Stockholm. Volltreffer! Es stellt sich heraus, dass wir unser Zelt an einer Badebucht des drittgrößten Sees Schwedens aufgeschlagen haben, dem Mälaren.
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  • Day1

    Stockholm - Hotel Connect

    July 15, 2017 in Sweden

    Mittelgrosses Hotel, welches etwas ausserhalb des Zentrums lag. In der Nähe war die U-Bahn Station Fridhemsplan von wo man überall ziemlich zügig hingelangte. Das Hotel selber war ganz in Ordnung.
    Imposant waren die gewaltigen Rolltreppen in der U-Bahn. Diese wirken als seien sie sogar länger als diejenigen in London.

  • Day9

    Stockholm

    August 1, 2013 in Sweden

    Bei unserem Gang durch Stockholm kommen wir natürlich auch am Stockholmer Schloss vorbei und schauen uns dort sehr interessiert um. Durch unsere Reiseleiterin erfahren wir auch, dass Mittags um 12:00 Uhr die Wachablösung stattfinden wird. In uns reift ein Plan. Wenn die Führung beendet ist, bleiben wir einfach noch in der Stadt und schauen uns die Wachablösung an.

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