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Free Wifi Around the Stockholm Stadsgarden Port Area

So, you arrived at Stockholm via a cruise ship and immediately, you’re looking for some WiFi. Like every other passenger on your ship, you’ve been WiFi deprived (unless you paid an arm and a leg for wifi on your ship) and you’re anxious to get connected. You’re looking to check your emails, catch up and update[…]

5 Free Things to do in Stockholm

5 Free Things To Do in Stockholm With the Family

You arrive in Stockholm, Sweden, and you’re ready to do take in some of the sights. But, wait a minute. Before making the trip, did you know that Stockholm is one of Europe’s most expensive cities? You are on a budget and notice that everything is so costly. What to do? Well, we’ve got you covered with[…]

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How to Get to Slussen T-Bana From Stadsgarden Port Area – Part II

In Part I of How to Get to Slussen T-Bana From Stadsgarden Port Area, we took a look at what it was like to exit a cruise ship docked at the S-167 berth and to start our journey in search of the Slussen T-Bana station. We exited the port area and entered Masthamnen street where we easily followed[…]

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Stockholm – A Mini Guide

I recently had an opportunity to visit Stockholm, Sweden. I tell you, what a wonderful and interesting city to visit, with so much on offer for us tourists! Its not a city that immediately rolls off someone’s tongue when asked which European destination they would like to visit. But in my opinion, you would be missing out if[…]

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How to Get to Slussen T-Bana From Stadsgarden Port Area – Part I

Welcome to Part I of a two part article on How to Get to Slussen T-Bana From Stadsgarden Port Area. This is the second entry in my Stockholm Mini Guide. For this entry, I would like to share what I have learned about getting to the Slussen T-Bana on a recent Baltic cruise visit to Stockholm. For those of you[…]

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Church of Our Lady – A Hidden Gem in Copenhagen

Any trip to Copenhagen will inevitably include a stroll through the Stroget area. Flanked by Nyhavn and Kongens Nytorv at one end and Tivoli gardens and City Hall at the other, it’s a popular and crowded stretch. There’s an abundance of local artists plying their craft, tourists, shopping, cafes, eateries, architecture, squares, fountains, and on and on. Needless to[…]