Ansgarsliden

Address: Manfred Björkquists allé 12 , Stockholm, Stockholm, 19322, Sweden | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Manfred Björkquists allé 12 , Stockholm.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Hej Hej

A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Feb 11, 2015

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... housed numerous bars, restaurants, cafeterias, six libraries, a movie theater, and countless art exhibitions. At six floors high, we went to every single floor and explored the various libraries and exhibits we could find for free. Everything was so modern and opened. There were people reading in plastic circle chairs hanging from the ceiling. children playing in an obstacle course, the elderly playing chess and card games, people making arts and crafts with a 3-D printer etc. ...

Stockholm

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 01, 2014

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... a cruise ship that happens to carry cars. Rates are cheap because they carry a lot of cars and people but also because they are booze cruises. The alcohol taxes are so high that people many times take ferries just to buy a month or 2 supply of alcohol at the duty free stores onboard.

What does that mean for us? It meant that we got a cabin on a 12 hour ferry with a smorgasbord meal with unlimited wine for under $140 total. A simple meal here can cost that. And ...

At sea, next stop Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by tedbryce on Aug 18, 2014

1 photo

... Great coverage, just like the pro's and done like the yanks do all sport - very,very good. We'll see what the rest of the day brings. And as it's a bit rough outside - the weather may deteriorate from here on, although we've been very lucky - we'll find some indoor activities or ...

Stunning Stockholm

A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... The second boat worked. Why? They learned that the rocks would tilt, so instead of rocks in the bottom, they put melted iron that hardened. Then they switched the heavy cannons with the small cannons. The second boat was called the Apple. It was used for 30 years until it was blown apart not by the enemy but by Sweden to block the enemy boats. One more thing I thought was cool in the museum was their cannon room that was a replica of the cannon room in the ...

Sweden!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

... relaxing and leisurely but there wasn’t anything too exciting about it. It was just a lovely way to spend the afternoon. Our guide played a CD of some Swedish Jazz on the bus on the way back. It was very soothing and I think everyone really enjoyed it! Again, I got back to the ship in time for dinner with my roommate, Nathaniel.

Nathaniel and I decided to go to the Ice Bar. It was quite an experience! There was a cover charge to get in, which included one drink. They ...