Pensionat Oden S'Dermalm

Address: Hornsgatan 66b, Stockholm, Stockholm, 118 49, Sweden | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Södermalm area of Stockholm, is near Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet), Stockholm City Museum (Stadsmuseet), Folkoperan, and Van der Nootska palatset.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Slush and more slush

A travel blog entry by plspoon on Feb 01, 2015

5 photos

... workmen who were setting up barricades, we wondered what they were doing and one of them told us they were shovelling snow off the roofs of the buildings! And sure enough, CRASH! Down came snow and ice off the roof from 4-5 stories up! They have to get rid of it before it starts to melt a bit and fall off by itself, as we had already experienced some chunks of ice crashing down nearby. It could be very dangerous.


Hej hej

A travel blog entry by travels_with_jk on Oct 16, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... to Sofo - another trendy neighbourhood. We also went to the Vasa museum, which is home to the recovered and restored 17th century warship. It was built to be Sweden's greatest warship at 69 m long and 48.8 m tall but on its maiden voyage in 1628 the vessel capsized and sank within minutes of sailing. It sat at the bottom of the sea for 333 years before being recovered. The ship is quite a sight to see and learning about the recovery and restoration was ...

Stunning Stockholm

A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... I'm sure we'll be back.


Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:

Today we went to Stockholm. The main attraction of Stockholm was the VASA museum. The Vasa was a huge boat that sank because of a few reasons. Before we talk about the reasons, let's talk about why the Vasa was made. The king of Sweden, Gustavo Augustus, wanted to declare war on every single country that surrounded him. He wanted Sweden's navy to ...


A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

... which was built to showcase the best-preserved ship in the world from the 1700s that sank on August 10, 1628, on her maiden voyage. The warship sank in Stockholm harbor, literally after a few hundred yards. Seems pretty embarrassing, but Sweden proudly displays it because of how beautiful and well kept it is. It wasn’t sitting that deep and the masts stuck out as it rested on the bottom. The top half of the masts were quickly taken for their wood but the rest of the ship ...

Taking Stock in Stockholm

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 21, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... parking that they'd emailed me about, locked up the bike and dragged my gear to reception. I checked my Kindle, but it's still not charging so I think that's it for the Kindle, R.I.P. So far the losses for this trip include my neck scarf, two USB chargers, the helmet camera which got replaced, the helmet's headphone bracket, my Westpac Debit Card (which still isn't working) and now my Kindle. I chatted to Jess by text message, and learned that ...