Brunnby Hotel

Address: Brunnbyvagen 7 , Stockholm, Stockholm, 120 44 , Sweden | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Brunnbyvagen 7 , Stockholm, is near Jamtli History Land (Jamtlands Lans Museum), Langholmen, Filmstaden Soder, and Folkoperan.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Just a nice pre-Christmas Saturday

A travel blog entry by margogoes on Dec 21, 2014

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... so we changed course and, as we were near the Strömma boat tour dock we bought tickets for the Winter Water Tour. They served up some hot glogg and lovely views of the city from the water. We´d done this tour often during the summer, but the views are a bit different with leafless trees and the winter light. Near the end of the tour Lars even joined the guide in a lively performance of the Swedish toasting song, Helan ...

Venice of the North

A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 30, 2014

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It’s a city of contrasts – water and islands, history and innovation, small town and big city, short winter days and long nights, light summer days – with a dazzling array of impressions. Thanks to the city’s compact size and great public transportation, you can see a lot in a very short period of time.

The waterways give Stockholm its character. To the north, south, east and west are lakes, sea and forest. Even the ...

Footsteps in Viking

A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Jul 28, 2014

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At 8.15am we leave for our Footsteps in Viking Tour. With a bus load of fellow tourists we set off for a 90 minute tour to the Viking Village.

The owner spent 15 years developing the village into what it is today. The Village owner was a clever craftsman having built boats, a fantastic kitchen (he was a Michelin chef), a grand viking hall and a variety of other structures.

There is a variety of activities - rowing a long ...

Finishing the graduation trip...

A travel blog entry by pieceofparadise on Jun 13, 2014

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... pass you by.

For an evening dinner, go to the Loch and Quay. Best steaks reasonably priced plus local beer=happy girl!

To round off the trip, splurge a little on a ticket to the 4 areas of the Royal Palace. The stateroom are a must see with their gold inlaid splendour and a visit to the staterooms which are still in use today. The treasury holds the Crown Jewels which just cannot be missed for their beauty and splendour. Eat a relaxed lunch in the gardens in ...

Not a bad life, this!

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 02, 2014

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... curry made by yours truly but using a Thai curry mix that is sold hereabouts, dried and it’s very good. One little tip I would impart is if using whole, shelled prawns, then remove the meat and then boil the remainder of the bodies, eggs, exoskeletons legs and all, for 10 minutes or so. Save the resulting liquor having strained off and discarded the solid bits and use this in the curry, you get a superb prawny flavour. Do try ...