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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TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel Stockholm
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... place, it’s a tribute to alcohol! There wasn’t much to it, but they had interesting exhibits on album cover art and Sweden’s reputation as a sinful place (think 70’s sex and porn).
Skansen was next. We walked around for a couple hours and toured a glassworking shop, a belt-driven carpentry shop and mechanical workshop from the 20’s, saw lots of different houses and homesteads from the 1800’s, and more. It was a good glimpse into ...
... and very colourful with stained glass and richly decorated altar pieces and baptismal font from the 1700s. We lit candles for the less fortunate who sit outside begging..so sad to see in this day and age with opulence all over..Sad. We readied our bags for the next leg of this journey tomorrow then enjoyed a lovely dinner at Brunellos, a little piece of Italy in Oslo. I savoured the cacciucco. (Seafood stew from Tuscany). Wednesday 6th August We arranged a later than normal ...
... tried to get on land early in the morning, we opted for a later time. We didn't go to Stockholm (an hour bus or train ride) because we have been there and done that at another time. So guess what happened in the idyllic place of Nynaeshamn? Yes, ...
Wow, finally warm weather in the 20s C. What a beautiful city. We wandered the old part and then later visited the Vassa warship. The Vassa was a very large warship that set sail in 1628 and sank in the Stockholm Harbour. She stayed there for 333 years until in 1961, she was raised and moved inside a museum. The masts are so tall that they stick way outside the roof of the ...
... some good hands and some bits of luck, but the opportunities I had I made the most of. In fact, when I look back at that evening mostly what I remember is repeatedly raking sizable piles of chips towards me.
(* if you're unfamiliar with poker terminology, that's a shame but there's only so much I can be bothered to explain)
I think I was probably tournament chip leader for a while. I had 11,000 built up fairly quickly, while a quick glance at the stats ...