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Old 20th October 2005
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Default Sweden and Finland

I just got back from Sweden and Finland:


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Old 20th October 2005
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Nice photos from Stockholm - but you've got a few of them wrong.

What you label "Parliament Stockholm" is actually the Royal Palace and "Parliament Guard" as you call it, is in fact the Palace Guard.

"Stockholm4" however is a picture of the Parliament from the side.

I hope you enjoyed your stay!
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Old 21st October 2005
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Welcome home
Stockholm is an absolutely beautiful city, isn't it. I love the place.
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Default Denmarks ok too.

I got caught up in Copenhagen, DK. It was more fun, to my liking. The night life went on. Tivoli Gardens was great. Not only because of itself, but because of the area around it. Lots of fun.

IIRC The trains were about 3 minutes from it. The restaurants great. It was a Danish view of cosmopolitan existence. Nice break from NYC, wasn't attacked once. LOL

"It was first called "Tivoli & Vauxhall" : "Tivoli" alluding to the Jardin de Tivoli in Paris (which in its turn had been named from Tivoli near Rome), and "Vauxhall" alluding to the Vauxhall Gardens in London."

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