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Feb 14, 2012 - Superfast Jellyfish

Gorillaz in the grocery store...cool. Showed up in Stockholm yesterday night...quick to bed, and boring day today. Ran errands and rested before visiting the bars. Tuesday night not the most exciting...oh well. Sightsee Stockholm in the morning, Oslo tomorrow night.

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Jan 22, 2012 - O'week cont. & Stockholm

Hejsan! So think I was talking about Scav hunt last time- we won! Had to go get a bunch of photos and find special cats and stuff, but we won this massive bag of swedish lollies- half of which were disgusting & tasted like salt! What the hell Sweden?! Tues- Had some international fika (coffee & cake) and then were meant to have the international welcome dinner at Snerikes nation but apparently half our group forgot to sign up so we just played in the club instead! Did manage to crash someone elses breakdance circle in true Jonah style, and...

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Mad Eurotrip

Jan 19, 2012 - Stockholm.

19 January. The train was a so called a “double-decker”. Normally, I don’t like to travel with those. They are in my mind narrow, squeezed and overcrowded. But not this time, for the very first time, I had a seat on the upper floor and instead of 40-50 other persons around me, it was only 5 others persons, which I had to share the area with. With other words it was plenty of room. Unfortunately this train did not go the nearest and quickest way to Stockholm. So I had to go the long way, via Örebro and Västerås to Stockholm. But it was a...

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Oct 7, 2011 - Flyg till Toronto

3 timmars resa från Stockholm till Reykjavik på Island, härligt flygväder. Ett stopover på 1,40tim och sedan vidare till Toronto (5tim). Lika fin väder under hela resan. Roligt att se isbergen när resan gick över Grönland. Lasse och Bibbi mötte oss på flygplatsen i sin ny bil.

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Sep 15, 2011 - Copenhagen Check...Stockholm onward

So I wish I could say more for Copenhagen, but I cant. I did not really like the city. It has a very strange architecture and the Museums are pretty lousy. The museums and sights are also open at very odd hours, so it doesn't really give one the change to experience the entire city. For example, the royal palace was closed on Monday (okay no big deal) but for every other day of the week it's open from 12-4 (no big deal, it is the royal palace, I understand) but EVERYTHING is open from that time. So some places I didn't spend, what I though,...

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Backpacking Europe

Aug 16, 2011 - Scandinavia

This travel update is winging its way to you from Scandinavia, the home of tall leggy blondes with blue eyes. Paul has his eyes peeled at all times looking to see if their legs go all the way to the top :--) We crossed into Denmark and headed straight for Odense, the boyhood town of the wonderful story teller, Hans Christian Andersen. The old part of town has been left as it was in Hans Christian Andersen’s day (early 19th century), houses painted soft yellows and oranges lining cobbled streets. There were people in the old town acting the...

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Paul_Liz

Jul 18, 2011 - Sea Day

Today is our last day aboard the Sun and our Baltic adventure is sadly coming to an end. It was a sea day so Gaby and I slept in. Dad got up early and hit the gym while Mom started the maletas. We all had lunch and desert together. After, we played a game of bingo. We didn't win but we are still blessed. Tonight, we will enjoy our last dinner aboard the ship and get a lot of rest. Tomorrow, we will hop off the boat and enjoy our last day of vacation in Copenhagen.  Love,  Juju 

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Jul 17, 2011 - Stockholm, Sweden

Today we visited Stockholm, Sweden, the perfect last port of our Baltic cruise. The city was truly breathtaking. We began our day early this morning; we had to meet in the theater at 7:05 to get our "tour" tickets. It wasn't really a tour, it was more like transportation into the city of Stockholm. Let me explain, the Sun docked in Nynäshamn, Sweden and it requires a 45 minute bus ride provided by the ship to reach Stockholm to then explore the city on your own. So bright and early, we tendered into the port of Nynäshamn and immediately got...

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Jul 5, 2011 - Fly to Stockholm, Sweden

This was the start of an epic trip home.All started at 12.oo Left my friends apartment at this time.From there caught bus to train station then caught train to Copenhagen airport.Que to book in was huge so joined in and shuffled along.Eventually got to book in but was informed that you needed to electronically book at terminals.Had to walk away and do so which turned out to be helpful as my luggage was sent directly to Melbourne.Went back with long Que ahead so took a chance and spoke to the lady directing the Que's and she let me in. Flew...

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Jun 22, 2011 - Hop on Hop of Ferry Tour Stockholm

Well after a long night things were looking up today.Had good breakfast packed up our luggage and stored it away.We had about 4 hours to see as much as we could.With my crook hip it was a slow walk but got to the hop on hop off ferry.First port of call was the old city with the royal palace part of it.Cobblestone roads made it hard work for me but battled on.We wandered around for awhile till we found a Irish pub with wi-fi.Had a Guinness as you would and caught up with some texting and facebook.Back to the ferry to get to the Varsa...

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Jun 21, 2011 - Gamla Stan Old Town, Stockholm, Sweden

As always, the three things you talk most about on holiday are how you slept, how your health is (you know what I mean!) and the weather... Well, I finally had a good nights sleep, felt hungry as a horse and the sun was shining. so it looked like a good day ahead. You may be a bit confused as to why I mention these things, well there is part of the adventure I am omitting, I'll leave that until I return home so we have something to talk about! Suffice to say, it looked like a good day was to be had :) Today we arose to look out our porthole...

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Jun 20, 2011 - AF Chapman Ship, Stockholm, Sweden

Today we sadly leave the Norbottens area, and head back to Stockholm. It would be lovely to have more time here as it is such a beautiful area. Nonetheless I am looking forward to Stockholm as I have heard such great stories from poeple whom have visited there. The drive to the airport was only about 30 mins so we spent the morning in town, had a bight to eat and caught up on our emails. Following this the flight was later in the day and only for an hour or so, and before we knew it we had landed. The accommodation for tonight is the AF...

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