Bizapartment Gardet

Sehlstedtsgatan 4 , Stockholm, Stockholm, 115 28, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

5th Stop- Stockholm

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 15, 2014

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... that we endured that painful 10 minute wait (we’re working on our patience) because the museum itself is incredible. The main attraction (the only attraction really) is the wooden warship the Vasa which was built (and sank) in 1628 and was recovered and restored nearly 300 years later. The ship, which was the largest wooden warship of its time, is 226 feet tall and was the first ship to ever be built with 2 gun decks to house the 64 cannons ...

Stockholm

A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Jul 02, 2014

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... It is now housed in a new museum that is the perfect showcase for the Vasa not only the preserved ship but history of why it sank, crew on board, how it wad built. It was a very interesting 3 hours. We walk back to town along back to the Palace to allow me to take pictures then to the cathedral with the George and the Dragon statue. Back into the square where we ...

Cocktail transport / Transport cocktail

A travel blog entry by brazwhazz on Jun 02, 2014

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... Fjäderholmarna is a group of four bucolic islands, two of which are bird reserves that are closed to the public during the summer. That did not prevent us from experiencing birdlife up close. As I tried to approach an old cannon (the Swedish Navy used the largest island as a base until the 1980s), I got attacked by a duck. While Thomas found this amusing and encouraged me to go get attacked by the duck again, Mélanie spotted a nest with eggs that the duck was obviously protecting.
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Living History.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 21, 2013

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... and ceremonial receptions etc. These are more splendid with tapestries on the walls and very ornate ceilings. Karl XI's Gallery contains portraits of the preceeding Royal personages and is similar to the Hall of Mirrors as it has mirrors on one side each faced by a window so there is much more light in here. The Don Quixote room has tapestries illustrating that story while the White Sea Hall is a beautiful large room now used as a ballroom and reception ...

A day of transition

A travel blog entry by jimwitmer on Aug 10, 2013

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... on a hill. Going inside we found a stark difference to everything we had seen in orthodox Russia: this Lutheran church was spartan by comparison, with no paintings or gilding on walls or ceiling, just a huge painting of Jesus above the altar and enormous, gorgeous chandeliers. Around noontime we took a bus back to the Helsinki airport and killed a little time waiting for the flight to Stockholm. We we surprised to see no plane at the gate, but soon enough ...

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Stockholm, Sweden