The Mälardrottningen Hotel
Red Sightseeing Canal Tour
The Archipelago Tour
Stockholm City Hall
Wrapping up Our Visit to Stockholm
The food wasn’t too bad, either.
Much of Stockholm abuts the water, along with office buildings and apartments. July 2015.
Buildings line the sides of Stockholm's key. July 2015.
A statue in Stockholm. July 2015.
Now housing a hotel, this building is one of the many that directly abut the waterfront. July 2015.
Graffiti on a Stockholm Bridge. July 2015.
Ships line the shores of Stockholm's downtown, next to office buildings and tram lines. July 2015.
"Tony's Pizza" graffiti on a Stockholm Bridge.
A view of night life from the SS Mälardrottningen, a boat and hotel in Stockholm. July 2015.
A ship sits besides an unused lighthouse. July 2015.
Gold-tipped lamppost outside Stockholm Theatre. July 2015.
Here, only ships of historic value are allowed to moor. July 2015.
Any flat space in the city is game for a quick treatment of paint. July 2015.
Just outside of the Stockhom key, a crane is painted to imitate a giraffe. July 2015.
Cobblestone streets surround moored boats in every corner of Stockholm, Sweden. July 2015.
Just outside the Stockholm key, a storm begins to move over the city. July 2015.
A bicycle in Stockholm, Sweden. July 2015.
A ship moored outside of Stockholm, Sweden. July 2015.
From the SS Mälardrottningen, a nighttime view of the Stockholm key. July 2015.
A view of the SS Mälardrottningen and Gamla Stan from Kungsholmen.
A view of Stockholm at night from the boat/hotel, the SS Mälardrottningen. July 2015.
The Vasa Museum houses the only preserved viking ship in the world. July 2015.
Carvings all along the ship sit almost on top of each other. July 2015.
Each cannon port is adorned with a carving of a lion. July 2015.
The Vasa now sits in a museum build around it and is one of Stockholm's best tourist attractions.
Soldiers in their armor are represented in these carvings. July 2015.
The Vasa, a viking ship, sunk on its maiden voyage 1000 meters from the Stockholm coast. July 2015.
In the 1960's, the ship was carefully brought back to the surface and restoration began. July 2015.
Hundreds of these different carved statues lined the ship. July 2015.
The size and scale of the Vasa are almost unbelivable. July 2015.
Another Vasa carving. July 2015.
Even the metal work of the cannons on the ship were adorned with carvings. July 2015.
Sightseeing cruises are availble out to the island, taking about 90 minutes one-way. July 2015.
A ship is moored off of Vaxholm Island. July 2015.
Just outside of Stockhom, an island for junked ships. July 2015.
A cruise ship makes for the Baltic Sea near Vaxholm Island. July 2015.
Storefronts in Gamla Stan project an old world feeling. July 2015.
Dating back to the 13th century, much of the "Old Town" has been preserved. July 2015.
Colorful houses line tiny streets in Stockholm's Old Town. July 2015.
A statute in Stockholm Cathedral. July 2015.
Residents of the island have walking access to a huge variety of small cafes and restaraunts.
The town square of Gamla Stan features the Nobel Museum and variety of small cafes and storefronts.
A storefront in Stockholm's Gamla Stan. July 2015.
Despite the historical import of the oldest part of the city, graffiti lines many walls. July 2015.
Like everyting else in Stockholm, Gamla Stan sits on the water. July 2015.
A medieval gate that leads directly down to the water. July 2015.
The oldest part of Stockholm, Gamla Stan is filled with tiny, cobble-stoned streets.
Residents and tourists of Gamla Stan can find cafes on almost every corner. July 2015.
Residential apartments line the strees surround Gamla Stan's town square. July 2015.
A peek into the hall where the Nobel banquet is held each year. July 2015.
Outside the Stockholm City Hall. July 2015.
A view through the windows of the Stockholm City Hall's courtyard.
The incredibly detailed ceiling of the Stockholm City Hall.
A statute in the Stockholm City Hall, where the Nobel Awards Banquet is held each year.
A glockenspeil in the Stockholm City Hall.
Another informal sticker gathering point outside Stockholm City Hall. July 2015.
An al fresco painting sits behind a column in the Stockholm City Hall.
The food wasn’t too bad, either.