Alfa Hotel

Address: Stockholmsvagen 35 , Lidingo, Stockholm County, 181 33 , Sweden | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Stockholmsvagen 35 , Lidingo.
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Travel Blogs from Lidingo

Gamla Stan

A travel blog entry by kazlang on Dec 10, 2014

... man fishing in the water in the middle of the freezing water in hype middle of town. I'm unsure just how crazy he was. There were rapids around him and I cannot imagine how he actually made it out into the middle... These ancient buildings are magnificent. What a stunning city. We are reminded of where we are by the flat packs we see being carried around the city streets. The occasional blue bag reminds us of our only link to Sweden at home. Then we discover more ...

Super stopover again

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Jun 23, 2014

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A slow start to day but still on the road in good time. Driving south as we head towards Trelleborg for the ferry. We checked out several stopover places and eventually found a lovely spot with all the facilities we needed and a decent picnic area. The weather was kind as we managed to sit out and set up the CADAC for an ...

Back into Sweden.

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Jun 22, 2014

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... information. We are, by the way, using our UK mifi system (with 3) again to have constant access to the internet. Whilst it is a sort of layby it is far better than anything we have found elsewhere, with toilets, chemical loo disposal points, picnic seating and rubbish disposal too with excellent seating and peace and quiet. We thought we would have breakfast outside this morning but boy was the wind cold, so we sat in, what ...

Little Manchester

A travel blog entry by haydenmoyle on Apr 11, 2014

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... are connected by all types of bridges. Very nice. One noticeable feature of the city are the trams. Historically, Norrköping had yellow trolley cars which are now substituted by modern trams which give it an unique infrastructure compared to other relatively small Swedish cities. Only Stockholm, Götheborg and Norrköping use trams as a part of their public ...

Enero 15, 2014

A travel blog entry by josimarqrsp on Jan 15, 2014

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So, it's time for me to finally get out of the comfort of buildings and get to feel the cold, the snow. I get off of the train station ready to take the bus and then!... Is not that cold at all, of course I'm wearing all my winter gear but I was expecting colder. Then following the instructions of my friend Laura (from the first picture, I don't know how many hours would've take to find the way by myself) I find my self on the bus. First great ...