Angby camping och stugor

Blackebergsvägen 24, Bromma, Stockholm, 168 52, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bromma


A travel blog entry by alanna.holloway


We got on another ferry to get to the capital of Sweden. This city is pretty cool and we spent a few nights here (I could have spent longer) and this is one of the prettiest cities I have seen. It has water everywhere as there are lots of islands and was just really nice. The first night we didn't so much as we got to the campsite pretty late and …


A travel blog entry by vicky.welch

... way around) so once I checked in, grabbed a shower, I headed back out, to Burger King LOL. Hey, it was quick n easy just what I needed at 9 in the evening in a new town! This hostel has won loads of awards, and it's easy to see how. Great location, free computers with Internet, wifi, free laundry bits, cafe, and the interior design in this place is awesome, old white wood, ...

Day 2: on my own... for 15 minutes

A travel blog entry by partnerinflight

... moved back to
Sweden. So I was really keen to find out what factored into their decision, and
what he thought of the differences between the two environments.
The bottom line is he confirmed a lot of what I’d read in the “Modern Day
Vikings: a practical guide to Sweden” book – the concept of duktig, or personal
independence, the concept of lagom, or moderation in everything, and the concept
of Jantelagen, or a set ...

Rio de Janeiro- what to do in 25 degree winter?

A travel blog entry by threemonthsaway


... local bar where we could possibly drink away our second night's accommodation budget? Maybe you even have friends there who could show us around or we could crash with for a few nights?
And yes, we have subscribed to tripadvisor, couchsurfing, airbnb... but recommendations from people who know us are worth so much more! ...

Another Sunday Walk...

A travel blog entry by margogoes


... There are lovely garden allotments nearby and we enjoyed seeing the fall crops of kale, rhubarb, beets and other vegetables. There were also apple and plum trees in the area with branch sagging from the weight of their fruit.

We next crossed to the other side of the rails and walked through a school yard that was located at the edge of a significant preserve. The Kyrksjölöten Nature Reserve was established in 1997 ...


This hotel, located on Blackebergsvägen 24, Bromma, is near Drottningholm Palace and Court Theater, Aurora Sky Station, Kungsleden, and Fargfabriken.
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