Helens Bed and Breakfast

Address: Ostrandsv., Stockholm, Stockholm, 122 43, Sweden | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Enskede - Årsta - Vantör area of Stockholm, is near Skogskyrkogården, Jamtli History Land (Jamtlands Lans Museum), Filmstaden Soder, and Folkoperan.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Stockholm

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 01, 2014

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Later, we had a great Swedish meal at a place near our house, the Blue Door. We ordered an appetizer of 4 types of pickled Herring and a dish of Reindeer meatballs. The Herring was amazing. It melted in our mouths like butter. I’ve never had anything like it. I would compare it to sushi quality fish, but pickled and spiced. My favorite was the one with a mustard sauce. The meatballs and gravy were pretty good too. We sampled some local beer and Snaps too. ...

Stunning Stockholm

A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... sink in the first 20 minutes of its maiden voyage. His demands were that all the largest (and heaviest) canons be placed on the top deck, and that the ship be narrow to make it fast. It was indeed fast…to sink. The ship stayed underwater in the canals of Stockholm for 300 years, and was finally recovered in the mid-1900's. Shockingly, the Vasa is 95% intact, having been very well-preserved in the very cold and brackish water. We enjoyed the ...

Stockholm - A new experience!

A travel blog entry by rivercruise2013 on Jul 31, 2014

... Booked into room and decided that we needed to find our bearings for the next day. Great directions from the staff at the hotel so managed to find our way to the Central Station Tourist Information point and then the nearest "Hop on, Hop off" bus pick up point without further need for assistance. Weather had cleared (though still very sticky) so decided to walk across to the "Old Town". Back to Hotel, beer and snack in the bar and into bed, 19:00, very ...

Oslo to Stockholm

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jun 13, 2014

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Well, after sitting at the bus terminal for over an hour waiting for the bus, we ended up towards the end of the actual queue to get onto the bus, and as a result, there were no double seats left, as all the single people traveling had already taken all the window seats! We managed to find 2 aisle seats on the same row, so not too bad – Allan sat beside a guy who was watching the first world cup match which his sister was sending to him via ...

Sweden!

A travel blog entry by packed2go on May 29, 2014

8 photos

... Peace prize museum, Vasa museum (large ship sunk in viking era, brought up and in tack), walked the pirler, souvenirs in Gama Stan, and ate of course. All the food we've had is excellent. If you vome, be prepared for sticker shock, a typical dinner runs $150-250 Jr. But relates to norms American prices. It just feels expensive when dinner is 300 kr And a soda 24. Here are some pics of ...