Angby Camping

Address: Blackebergsvagen 25, Bromma, Stockholm, 16850, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Blackebergsvagen 25, Bromma, is near Drottningholm Palace and Court Theater, Aurora Sky Station, Kungsleden, and Fargfabriken.
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    Travel Blogs from Bromma

    Still under the weather

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 22, 2014

    ... exemption for another 30 days. Whew...! I guess it would have also been fine to make a quick trip to Laos to get a proper tourist visa, but I don't know yet how flexible the yoga community is. The teacher training program schedule looks intense, and I'd rather not have to worry about visas. So anyway, it looks like it will be fine...! Now if I can get out of Sweden without trouble... ...

    Wörk wörk

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 14, 2014

    ... finished the book "Gone Girl"! 555 pages in 3 days. Not bad! There were many turns that left me gasping. I really liked it-- I'm not one for crime thrillers and such, but it was goood. I picked out a new book that's supposed to be similar called "This is Where I Leave You" (can't italicizes on my phone, so quotation marks will have to do). I'll read it on my bus rides to and from these obscure airports I'll be ...

    Bike tour fun!

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... was really weird and sad and funny and awkward. Anyway, then we rode over to Skeppsholmen (I think I'm skipping a lot of the stops and places we passed because I don't remember their names). Stockholm is basically a city of islands very close to one another. There's a little fortress called Kastellholmen with a Swedish flag and a boat making handicraft school. If one ever captures the city of Stockholm and break their 200 years of peace, ...

    Abba Dabba Doo!

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... sailing barely 1300 meters. The wreck was discovered in 1956, and raised in stages over several years, reaching the surface in 1961. The ship was reassembled like a giant jigsaw puzzle, restored, and the existing museum built to cover it. The museum opened in 1990.

    Our final stop of the day is at the Abba Museum. There are a few Abba fans in the group, and none ...

    Swedish Meatballs...

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 20, 2014

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    ... excellent coffee. You can sit on the deck and watch all of Stockholm go by on the waterfront promenade. Excellent venue.

    We start out by touring the Royal Palace, the only working palace in Europe that is open to the public. The palace dates from the 1400's, but burned down in 1697, with only a small section left standing. Everything was rebuilt shortly after that with most of the palace designed and decorated by the ...