Sigtuna Stadshotell

Address: Stora Nygatan 3, Sigtuna, Stockholm, 19330, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Stora Nygatan 3, Sigtuna.
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    Travel Blogs from Sigtuna

    Hej da (good bye), Stockholm.

    A travel blog entry by ericasmig on Jun 14, 2014

    ... people speak English in addition to their native language. Another trip...maybe with Sydnee & Simone. We arrive to Lars' home and meet us wife, son & daughter. What a great family! So sweet and grounded. His son is almost 6 and daughter is almost 4. Blondies w/ blue eyes. Man, I cannot wait to see our girls. We had a spectacular meal while sitting on their deck. The weather ...

    We'd Swede again

    A travel blog entry by sazaeagle on May 02, 2014

    ... you had to peel back the brilliant black-out curtains to see it. We took our time getting ready, enjoying the room - and cups of tea (no English breakfast though!) And so we make our way out to explore what Stockholm has to offer us. We don’t have a concrete plan, just a roam around on the first day and see where the streets take us – first stop was up Stallgatan towards the Old Town and the Royal Palace. We walked the beautifully cobbled streets paving the Old Town ...

    Alleyways and Masquerades

    A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Nov 26, 2013

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    ... and a small dance demonstration, we headed to dinner where we were greeted with a satisfactory buffet and free bar. Welcome to the start of forgetting everything.

    What I do remember of the dinner was the sense of passionate pride and unfaltering community among the Luleå students. I sat at a table, filled with the funniest, most entertaining, and genuinely wonderful guys and when provoked, we would join in the chorus of singing "LULEYOOO LULEYOOO LULEYO LULEYO LULEYO! ...

    Swedish stopover

    A travel blog entry by tobybriggs on Aug 08, 2013

    ... quality feed that night and then the staff put a movie on in the bus so had a well overdue quiet night.

    Bus tour of Stockholm to start proceedings for day with a stop at a museum about a ship called the Vasa that was built in the 1600’s by a king wanting to intimidate other countries. What he didn’t realise was the additional weight from all of the extra cannons he requested made the ship ...

    Finally an easy day

    A travel blog entry by bot989 on Aug 08, 2013

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    ... lunch. The buffet is part of the tour and the food is traditional Swedish, hard bread and pork seaweed salad with boiled potatoes. All very good then to the palace, by the way the difference between a palace and a castle is that a castle is for protection and a palace is for showing off. For the palace we got a special guide dressed in period clothes and blond and blue eyed of course, probably in her mid ...