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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      First snow and Yoga!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... Om yoga studio. It's literally right around the corner. I should've checked it out before, but the online price list was so scary!! I went around 3, in between classes, since I figured that'd be the best time to talk to the staff. And it was! I met Neo the owner and Emily, a receptionist. They were both so full of life and joy. They welcomed me. We made a small talk and Emily showed me around. The studio is VERY nice, like the most chic studio I've seen. Oh my ...

      Bath mushrooms

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... unfair advantage should any of you readers ever visit the hostel!! The winner ended up being a guy from the US who got 9 out of 13 questions right!! He thanked the hop on and off bus tour in his speech, so that tour must be pretty decent! But then again, his friend got 5 out of 13 questions right, so your mileage may vary.... haha. Gabi the Spaniard started working about 2 weeks before me, so he's been busy getting his life set up here, including looking for an apartment, ...

      A full day planned in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by judencharlie on May 30, 2014

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      ... continued until 2006 including the unveiling of eight mosaics which decorate the Dome’s ceiling. Apart from walking through the interior of the Cathedral and as well underground through the crypts which contained these huge caskets of royalty - even had their crowns on top of their caskets - it was possible to walk out on the walkway of the dome and get a great 360 of Berlin. Berlin is a mix of the old and the new, and of course this would ...


      A travel blog entry by jormaontour on Apr 22, 2014

      ... to see some Mariachi musicans and get exellent Tequila. Hope to avoid the terremotos and eruption of the Popocateptl.

      But more updates are comming soon. I'm still home. Hope as usually feedback and questions. I want that this blog give inspiration to you. I'm proud that you want to follow my experiences.

      Till this evening i have 700 guests who followed my blog.

      Alleyways and Masquerades

      A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Nov 26, 2013

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      ... and the happy clink of goblets filled with mead and beer. This was by far my favorite place that we visited in Stockholm. It transported us to a completely different time period and setting. Unlike the gimmicky Medieval Times back in the States, Aifur (named after a legendary Viking ship) recreated a lost era complete with the most succulent food and dangerously strong alcohol. The entire staff was dressed in clothes evocative of the Eighth Century and in the center of all the ...