Travel Blogs from Stockholm
Flug mit Swiss von Zürich nach Stockholm
Verlängertes Weekend mit der Freundin, 3 Übernachtungen
"Stockholm in a Nutshell" - Stadtrundfahrt mit Bus und Boot
... the starting point of the heritage tram, which shuffled its way out east to the island of Djurgården where a ferry could be boarded back to the museum. However, with the little ones both conked out from their previous day in the city of Uppsala, we just took the metro back to our apartment.
Our excursion to Uppsala was tiring, mostly because we learned too late that the train service between Stockholm and Uppsala is disrupted until next week. Five minutes before ...
... room had a heated stone floor and , I have to say, I think i really do need one those at home! The hotel had a massive breakfast laid out every morning complete with several varieties of lutefisk, pickled herring, and caviar....in a tube (weird).
Lucky for me, Stockholm has a high speed train that runs from the central staion to the airport. This train is "green" so taking it does not impact the environment and it travels at over 200 kmph, so it only ...
... seven glasses of wine! Towards the end both Debbie and I were in sensory overload. We did manage to walk back tot he hotel without getting lost but went right to bed.
We both started the day with a lighter than normal breakfast you can imagine why. Then we treated ourselves to Swedish massages. Just outstanding! ...
... old things originally belonging to ships that sailed the seas many years ago. The room we shared with Nan and Pop had lots of pictures of ships and an old clock that Peter and I decided to climb on. After unpacking it was decided we would go exploring around the lovely old area we were staying in called Gamla Stan.
Nan and Aunt Sal were all smiles as we wondered through the narrow streets full of lovely shops, Peter and I think they were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services