Second Home Apartments Guldgrand

Guldgrand 5, Stockholm, Stockholm, 11820, Sweden | Condo
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    Stockholm Syndrome

    A travel blog entry by brandontrustee on Jul 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... banquet is held; a walking tour of the old town; a visit to the Royal Palace state rooms and the Vasa Museum. The tour also included a Swedish meatball lunch stop, at of all places a British pub and some shopping time in the old town. Tonight we set sail back to Copenhagen, tomorrow will be a day at see to relax so no more updates until Thursday when we disembark and fly to Iceland for our last few ...

    Sights listed to see in Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by judencharlie on May 31, 2014

    7 photos

    ... we generally tend to do. There would have been huge disruptions and we figure much of our money would have been wasted. The Stockholm marathon is huge, with runners from all over the world, including some very elite folk. This year there were just under 22,000 runners and believe me, it looked like it. The river of bright colours just kept coming and coming! Had I realised we would be there at he time of the marathon, I would have ...

    Winter Comes to Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Dec 06, 2013

    2 comments, 59 photos

    ... in the early evening (which means it was roughly 2:30 in the afternoon). Our goal for this particular day was to visit Gamla Stan, Stockholm's old town. After a short train ride from Uppsala, we left Central Station and headed south towards the banks of the Riddarfjärden to cross the bridge to Gamla Stan, pausing briefly to check out the courtyard of the Stadshus.

    Did I mention it was freezing? We had experienced some cold ...


    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 17, 2013

    ... was probably one of my best tournament performances to date, although it's true that it was also only the seventh tournament I've ever played in. There were fifty-five entrants into the tournament, a stat that's displayed among many others on numerous TV screens dotted around the room that I really should spend less time looking at.

    At my table were the usual suspects of thinly disguised pros. These guys ain't ****in' about. They're not backpacker scum just ...

    Drottningholm Palace

    A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Aug 01, 2013

    14 photos

    Drottningholm, ' Queen's Islet' in English, was historically a playground for the Swedish Royal Family; Drottningholm Palace on Lovon Island is one of the two most perfectly preserved 18th C. palaces in Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage sight. The first Drottningholm Palace, built in 1580 by King John III for his queen, Catherine Jagellen, burned down. In the mid-17th C. Dowager Queen Regent Hedwig Eleanora hired architect Nicodemus the Elder and subsequently his son ...