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Apr
30
comment Cities close to Stockholm to visit in a day
Yes! Will do when I have some more time.
Apr
30
comment Airport options for trip to Genoa and Verona
Ended up renting a car.... :-)
Apr
3
comment Airport options for trip to Genoa and Verona
Actually I am planning to rent a car for the part when I get from Genoa to Verona. But maybe I should extend it to the whole trip....
May
27
comment The best way to get from Stockholm to Kolmården zoo by public transport
thanks - removed the option from my answer!
Apr
12
comment Places to see in Stockholm in 2 days full
yes - vasa is really nice - there are several nice museums but @dracc doesn't like them. For museums I would point out Moderna Museet and Fotografiska Museet. (If you like art...) Also Livrustkammaren under the royal castle is a good choice with all the royal attributes on display.
Apr
10
comment Flea markets in the New York City area
also a good point!
Apr
10
comment Amusement parks in the New York City area
Clarified the question
Apr
9
comment Flea markets in the New York City area
commuting? public transportation!
Apr
9
comment Flea markets in the New York City area
good point. updated the question!
Feb
15
comment Which town/city is worth a day visit north/north-east of Paris?
Rouen is nice. We stopped there for crepes while driving from Paris to Caen. (Caen is a bit out of the way for you but also a nice town.)
Jan
2
comment When traveling outside scandinavia while being intolerant to lactose, how can I still enjoy a latte?
From what I know only scandinavians that have the problem buy the products. But I have no data to back it up. Lactose free products are found in its own place and covers the basics but not more. So say maybe one tenth of a stores dairy products are lactose free. I think the answer can be found in that our culture is used to drink lots of milk and we still want to do it when we suffer from lactose intolerance.
Jan
1
comment When traveling outside scandinavia while being intolerant to lactose, how can I still enjoy a latte?
Put on hold. So do I need to put a specific question per continent, country or what?
Jan
1
comment When traveling outside scandinavia while being intolerant to lactose, how can I still enjoy a latte?
Also - I laugh at your last claim. Trolling?
Jan
1
comment When traveling outside scandinavia while being intolerant to lactose, how can I still enjoy a latte?
I can second that small doses is no problem. I had cortados when being in Spain this fall and it worked ok. A latte with lactose milk would not be that nice... You also need to keep the intake low in general to not get problems.
Dec
31
comment When traveling outside scandinavia while being intolerant to lactose, how can I still enjoy a latte?
yep - intentionally :-) maybe breaking a rule now?
Dec
25
comment How to choose a cafe/coffee shop when travelling?
True that. I tend to think of all chains as American but that is obviously wrong...
Dec
24
comment Does Matrazenlager-style accommodation exist outside mountain huts?
I came to think ot Jjimjilbang - korean bath houses also used for sleeping. Found a a blog post about it.
Sep
5
comment Travel in Scandinavia during autumn
I would go by train. But if the fjords are to be visited a car is probably nice to have. (Renting a car in Norway is probably more expensive than in Denmark though.)
Sep
4
comment Travel in Scandinavia during autumn
there is also a ferry between copenhagen and oslo if you don't have time for gothenburg. It is probably cheaper than renting a car.
Jul
22
comment Swimming pool options in Bologna
outdoor would be preferred (updated question to be more specific)