Lunda Pensionat

Address: Lundagatan 31, Stockholm, Stockholm, 11727, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

5th Stop- Stockholm

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 15, 2014

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... So after a brief stop there and feeling cooled off and refreshed we headed for our next stop, one of the most famous museums in all of Sweden.


When we arrived at the Vasamuseet (Vasa Museum) the line was out the door and almost around the block but we had heard from everyone that this was a must see so we reluctantly took our place and tried to be as patient as we could while slowly moving forward. Once we made it inside we were ...

Stockholm

A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Jul 02, 2014

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The day starts with an excellent city tour that takes in both tourist sites and quirky, allotments and green town! We finish the your at the Vasa Museum, a reclaimed 17th century warship that capsized after only sailing 330m. It was rediscovered in the late 50's, with the wood structure virtually intact in a depth of 30m but it took several years to bring to the surface ...

Cocktail transport / Transport cocktail

A travel blog entry by brazwhazz on Jun 02, 2014

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... assortment of drawers and hidden compartments work like a Renaissance version of Wikipedia… only not so free. From perfumes to portraits, including a small-scale piano, it is the sum of the human knowledge of its time! King Gustav Adolf of Sweden was given a 5-hour tour of the cabinet when it was first presented to him in 1632.

We took a 5-hour tour of our own today, but to Fjäderholmarna in the Stockholm archipelago rather than inside a cabinet. Accessible only ...

Living History.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 21, 2013

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... chains etc.

The Guest apartments were next. Here, visiting heads of state are accommodated . There are several salons and the Great Bedroom in a rich red colour. I would be too scared to touch any of the antique furniture if I was staying there! These rooms were in the same green marble but with decorative ceilings painted in allegorical scenes with golden adornments. Then we went into the State apartments which are still used by the current king for ...

A day of transition

A travel blog entry by jimwitmer on Aug 10, 2013

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... we neared the Finnish coast. After endless lines at passport control, we finally made it back onto Finnish soil. By this point, we knew the city center well enough to wend our way over to the train station, where we happily stowed our gear in a locker so we could spend the morning getting coffee, reading, wandering and going back to the crêpe place we had enjoyed so much earlier in the week. The one sightseeing thing we did was to stumble upon a ...

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