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world biggest IKEA
the heron city leisure and entertainment complex in Kungens Kurva gathers under its roof a world of enjoyment. cinemas, restaurants, shops , gyms, flight simulators and bowling alleys. right next door is the world biggest IKEA.
T-bana: sk?rholmen, then buss 710,707,173,740,737
for two stops, you will see it.
SHOPS You can buy something...
You can buy something traditional Swedish in GAMLA STAN.
Most shops and department stores are open Monday to Friday between 9:30 am and 6:00 pm .They close earlier on Suturday and Sunday afternoons( I thing that they work between 10am and 5pm)
Clothes are very nice in Scandinavia .You can find at very good prices at clothes shops such as H & M , KappAhl ,Lindex ,Indiska , Bennetton and others.
If outside the stores there is a sign that says “REA” then you are very lucky!
You can find clothes in half price or less!
FUN SHOPPING: on Götgatan...
FUN SHOPPING: on Götgatan close to Slussen, Södermalm.
FUN GALLERIES: on Hornsgatan close to Slussen, Södermalm.
FUN IN THE SUN: Rålambshovsparken on a sunny day. Bring a blanket, picnic and sunglasses and become part of Stockholm! Nearby there is also a small beach that is usually pretty crowded in the summer.
FUN IN THE SNOW: If it's cold and you see people on the ice, join them! It's fun to see the city from the water.
FUN IN THE WATER: You can rent kayaks at several places in Stockholm. Sweden House opposite department store NK will probably know. I think there is one on Kungsholmen, at the Rålambshovspaken park and one in Alvik (a few subwaystations west).
Books about Bulgaria
I was touched and nicely surprised to see books about my country of origin. It is however quite understandable, since half of our resorts are full of Scandinavians in summer.
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