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Being given 24 hour Stockholm card from hotel. What's best way to us it??

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We have one full day in Stockholm (and a half day on either side) in early September. The Courtyard is giving me and my husband each a $24 hour card. We would like to see:
The Vasa
The Palace & changing of the guard if possible
City Hall (we could do this on another day)
A boat tour (any suggestions?)
Is it feasible to also fit in the hour boat ride to Drottingholm Palace ( our only chance to see part of the Archipelago) or should we see some of Skansen instead?
On our half days we plan to walk the old town and some of the new.
Any suggestions will be welcome.
Since most of the things we are interested in seeing are mostly free or discounted on the 24 hour card, we wanted to figure out a logical, efficient order to our day . We will be starting our day at the Courtyard by Marriett which I believe is in Kungsholmen.
We're senoirs and we love to walk, but we're happy to take public transportation for effiency.

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