Mornington Hotel Stockholm Bromma

Address: Norrbyvagen 30, Bromma, Stockholm, 168 69, Sweden | 3 star hotel
 
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    Touring Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... She is apparently a former model and reality TV star so there is some concerns over her suitability! The Old City is built on an island much of which has been built up by landfill over the centuries. Many of the newer building on the edge of the island are starting to sink and can be seen to lean quite noticeably towards the sea. The narrow cobblestone streets and squares are lined with cafes and a variety of specialist shops. Being on ...

    Sjuk (Sick :(

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 21, 2014

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    I woke up all congested and it got worse from there. I brought over a duffle bag from Christoffer's place, so I could put everything I need from hereon in there and stuff the rest into my big suitcase that Anneli. I tried to get up early to do this since I needed to take the commuter train and bus to Anneli and Victoria's before 2:30pm. Anneli sent me an amazing picture of the goodies she baked for Victoria's birthday fika. But I started feeling feverish and ...

    Yet another movie

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 13, 2014

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    Yes! Christoffer and I went to yet another movie! This one at Filmstaden Sergel. We also went to Hötorgethallen, a basement market that sells fish, meat, and premade food. It was clean and pretty nice, definitely nicer than these types of markets you see in other cities but still not gourmet. There were several wine bars (nooks?) that had small candlelit tables... right across from shops with headless ducks and fish. Dried fruits were quite cheap! I bought a container of ...

    Bike tour fun!

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... is where they would stake their new flag in victory. Then it started raining. I came back in time to have a meeting with the manager, which turned out to be a lunch outing with the core Swedish staff (the owner, manager, Micke, Clara) and my roommate. We went to a Thai place nearby, which served lunch buffet which included sushi. It was actually really good! Happy times :) After some rest, I did some extensive fire safety training and then some more ...

    Abba Dabba Doo!

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... than Conrad, our German guide. He is so happy, and we all hang out in the museum gift shop during a downpour, marveling at the merchandising!

    This evening we walk to a restaurant called "The Crooked Leg" in the Nordic Hotel (where the Ice Bar is located) for some local cuisine with a twist (of lemon, in the case of my chicken). A great conclusion to a fun-filled day in ...