Best Western Taby Park Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Taby
... if we left it there (although I distinctly remember unplugging it). My next email will be to our hotels on Norway (although I'm not sure if we will get it back I would love to know where it is!). The GPS belongs to my parents and we will need to replace it if its lost... And we will need to navigate out of Stockholm without it with our rental car (that's the scariest part!). Losing something on a trip is a good lesson though in travel and in life. You can be ...
So, bundling into Stockholm has been a breath of fresh air! No pastry or pasta to be seen! BANG! A late night brew with Rowan and co to start it all and bedded down for the night. The slow leaking inflatable mattress lasted beautifully and had me bottoming out on the lounge room floor around 9am. Just made it. I think it was dark for about 3 hours... Confused much! But all is well. Rowan and I packed a lunch and jumped a couple of sea ...
... pack personal items in the apartment.
I have to admit I faced that job with dread. I'm never a good packer and decision maker, well I sometimes put off the difficult stuff as long as possible.
Our journey north was also a bit delayed by snow in Oslo. Norwegian Airline changed their routing which meant a stop in Norway. A wet snow was gathering on the runways when we landed and as we went to our connecting ...
... mum to go mushroom picking in the forest (to read more about mushroom picking see the blog entry 'Mushroom Picking'), On returning from the forest we headed back into Stockholm to visit the old town, this is an area of Stockholm where the history is with all the old streets and building and the royal palace. We were visiting on the weekend of the Stockholm half marathon so we had to navigate around that to get where we were going. On the way to old town ...
... and Guarana drink that was delicious. It was bottled by Festis. I know loganberry is very popular in Scandinavia, but in America is not very common. It was a very nice flavor and I think I even prefer the taste to that of grape juice. Our tour director Colleen came around on the bus and gave us each a peppermint flavor candy, that was called polka karameller.
After a lunch stop where we grabbed a quick ham sandwich, we were on our way to our final ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed