BEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel Stockholm
Extremely comfy beds. No drawers, safe or extras, but enjoyable stay. Great breakfast
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... Vasa was King Gustav II Aldolph’s attempt to dominate the seas in the early 1600’s. The ship that was constructed was, at its time, a very aggressive design with double gun decks – truly a vessel meant to take command of the seas. After almost two years of construction, the ship was launched on August 10, 1628. After a voyage of *almost* 1300 meters, the top heavy ship heeled and sank in the middle of Stockholm harbor. Ouch…
... point via the commercial street with all the shops. I found that much less enjoyable, but Sherry and Sandra probably would not agree.
By then it was time to return to the ship so we made our way to the nearest hop on hop off bus stop and enjoyed our "free" hour long narrated tour back to the ship.
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... Ed had his first musical theatre experience and I think he will think twice about going to Twickenham next time there is a show on anywhere in London - he is converted.
Our plans for this week are to stay in Sweden until Wednesday, followed by Oslo for two days and a finish in the beer halls of Munich. Can't wait. After Julie made me watch the most recent Disney Pixar, I will be keeping an eye out for my favourite character from Frozen - Sven the ...
... is actually a boat. The boat was originally given as a birthday gift to a girl named Barbara Hutton from her dad. She used it for a while and then sold it to the British Royal Navy for one sterling pound. The boat eventually ended up docked in Stockholm and is now a family run hotel. The Scandinavian countries are so pricey that it makes more sense for us to stay at hotels rather than hostels. Plus, I wanted to make sure we had a private room to rest ...
... much caffeine it was time to get on the road again across the width of Sweden. Our third stop was at the little town of Örebro, to have a quick drink at the castle and won't around. To be honest we were not there long, as it was more of an opportunity for poor Ronny to have a bit of a break and for us to discuss whether or not we were going to proceed onto Stockholm. However, I did manage to fit in a quick walk around the square and castle to take a couple ...