Second Home Apartments Guldgrand

Address: Guldgrand 5, Stockholm, Stockholm, 11820, Sweden | Condo
 
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      Just a nice pre-Christmas Saturday

      A travel blog entry by margogoes on Dec 21, 2014

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      ... br> As the sun was setting we returned to the dock and strolled toward Gamla Stan. Lars felt the call of nature as we were passing the Slott pissour next to Storkyrkan. While I was waiting, I could hear singing inside the church. We had stumbled upon an afternoon caroling concert. We happily entered and made our way to the upper level of the church with a fantastic view of the congregation below and the organist ...

      Venice of the North

      A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... is crisscrossed by open water and wonderful parks, forests and walking areas, filled with historical sights and attractions. Stockholm is one third water, one third green belts and one third city. The island of Djurgården, the world’s first National City Park, is only a short walk from the pulse of the inner city. In the center are Gamla Stan (the Old Town) and Riddarholmen, two islands that together make up northern Europe’s largest and best ...

      Footsteps in Viking

      A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... viking bread, viking archery and blacksmith and of course the longdrop. Swede Viking history is rich in culture. One very important point of interest, Vikings did not have horns on their helmets. That is a myth. Also, the mean Vikings were the Norsemen and the Danes with the Swedes being the placid of the three.

      The rest of the bus tour was enjoyable and our tour guide had a very comedic sense of humour.

      Late afternoon we ...

      Finishing the graduation trip...

      A travel blog entry by pieceofparadise on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... the Parliament building before heading back to the Palace's Museum of Antiquities and Tre Kronor Museum. Don't forget to be in the Palace Square at 12:15 to watch the Changing of the Guards and Royal Palace Marching Band play the National Anthem and ABBA's Waterloo!

      Finally, take a quick trip to the Katerina Elevator to take in the breath-taking views over the rest of Stockholm city. We didn't have time to go to the ABBA museum, but this is definitely on the list for next time!
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      Tack, Sverige!

      A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Jun 05, 2014

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      We haven't had all that much to keep us busy over the past few days; we've basically just been killing time and waiting to get on our last flight of the trip. After our very short stint on Oslo we got on another long-haul train to Stockholm (no icy mountain views this time), got on the now familiar metro to our hostel and took our requisite nap of the day. It's pretty sad really, but we keep looking at the prices of food and things and thinking "Wow, it's so cheap ...