Lunda Pensionat

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


A travel blog entry by docdavid on May 30, 2014

47 photos

... displayed many priceless original items such as the "Waterloo" costumes. I had my pic taken in a replica "ABBA Arrival" helicopter. Nearby is the Vasa museet, which is a museum for the ship "Vasa". This was a Swedish warship built in 1628, which sank on her maiden voyage after sailing only into the harbour. The design was flawed and she was too top heavy. Oops. Anyway, a ship enthusiast raised the Vasa from the ocean floor in 1961. It is incredible that ...

Saturday 10th May - Västerås

A travel blog entry by stu900 on May 06, 2014

25 photos

... in the town has a window protruding from the building . This is apparently the office of the headteacher. I like the statement! There is also a nice market square and a small shopping mall where we had lunch.

The gem in the city of Västerås is the waterways lined with really quaint terraced cottages built in red brick and timber. There are several bridges crossing these canals that afford a great view of ...

Day 2 in Stockholm

A travel blog entry by gtbflies on Oct 27, 2013

40 photos

... I went to the Vasa museum. . This is an amazing place because of the following story. Back in the early 1600s, the Swedish King at the time had just lost nearly a third of his navy in a bad storm. So he was in need of a new set of ships. He decided that Sweden should have the most impressively decorated, highest technology, greatest number of cannons, flagship warship in the world. So, in an era when creating a second gundeck had only ...

Slow day in Sweden

A travel blog entry by pyres on Jul 25, 2013

2 comments, 40 photos

... island, Södermalm, which is a more youthful and hip area of the city. We found a really cool outlook which offered and amazing view of the city, with all of its most important areas: downtown, old town, city hall and a bunch of floating hot-air balloons (apparently ballooning is allowed in the city). Feeling ...

Day 22 - Stockholm

A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 10, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... on and free wifi! By the end of our snack, our iPhones were red hot. The sandwiches were different, served in very thin dark bread that's not quite crispbread but getting close. Tasty, though. We tore ourselves away from Twitter, and decided to walk back to the campsite via the northern bank of the lake. We walked through the gardens of the City Hall where, when they are not running the city, they dish out Nobel prizes. As we walked over ...

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