BEST WESTERN PLUS Time Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... days. You should have an idea of the temperature without having to calculate.) with a local time of 5:00 or 23:00 East Coast time - 6 hour difference.
First, big thanks to Nate for braving the snowstorm and chauffeuring us into New York City. He got up at the crack of dawn to drive through the snow to work, only to get home and immediately jump in the truck for a 2.5 hour drive into ...
... s Saluhall, so that's were we went, passing the Royal Palace and the Swedish Parliament on the way. We weren't disappointed when we arrived, there was all sorts of tasty looking food on display. We decided on fish, so headed to Lisa Elmqvist, a seafood stall that has been serving fresh seafood for 4 generations and is apparently on of the best places to eat fresh fish in the city. It was yum. After walking around the market some ...
... admission today. It was interesting to see all the wooden boats on display.
The Museum of Spirits turned out to be quite different than we expected. There was a section dealing with Absolut Vodka which is produced in Sweden. There were 2 additional exhibits - one on various rock artists, the other about the permissive attitudes of Sweden during the 50's and 60's and how the world viewed that ...
... computers as flat as paper. People will be able to fold it up and put it in their pockets. I don’t understand how but that would be mind blowing. After the Nobel museum, we walked around the old city some more. It was more interesting finally having a chance to walk around during the day while the shops were open. I had an Elk burger for lunch and met my ship family for gelato at a place called 18 Smaker, which is Swedish for 18 flavors. I added some new flavors to my ...
... harbor (Baltic Sea) the wood of the ship had survived almost completely intact. The ship was raised and brought to its current spot where a museum was built around it. Great efforts continue to be taken to preserve the Vasa and our guide assured us that over 90% of the wooden structure we see today is the original…making it the only fully preserved ship of this age in the world.
The museum was truly an amazing place and Cathy and I spent almost 3 hours, on a guided ...