Comfort Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Quan aterrem a l'aeroport d'Estocolm lloguem un cotxe (250€) i anem directament al nostre hotel, el Comfort Stockholm. L'hotel estŕ situat al centre de la ciutat, a uns 150 m de l'estació Arlanda Express. Primer vam anar a dinar en un restaurant de tocar l'hotel i ja que no teniem massa temps, vam decidir visitar el Museu Nobel i tornar a l'hotel per sopar i anar a dormir aviat.
Sortim aviat de l'hotel i visitem la zona nord de la capital de Sučcia, fem un total de 150 km. Visitem primer el poblat víking de Birka, Va ser fundat al segle VIII i habitat fins a la fi del segle X. Ens va agradar moltíssim perquč veient-lo et fas una idea de com vivien els víkings en aquesta čpoca. Després vam visitar la ciutat de Mariefred, …
... with people. Most sat outside, I guess taking in the nice weather which they would only be able to do a couple of months of the year.
Next morning we were up early to catch another train to Stockholm. The train wasn't as nice as the Norway one but it was ok. The time goes quick, even though we travelled backwards the whole 6 hours.
On arrival in Stockholm we made our way to the cruise ship terminal. We ...
... of buildings, native animal zoo, and gardens, finished off by a Scandinavian treat – hot dogs. Yup, almost as much as ice cream, the Scandinavians love their hot dogs. These were long ones on short buns – in fact, you pay and are given the bun, then you wander over to a grill, where the attendant/cook places the dog in you bun. Hot off the grill and really tasty!
We then went to see a museum dedicated to, and containing the ...
So following the changing of the guard ceremony, we continued to the other side of the island of old town and visited the memories. Except, it was so long ago, I didn't remember much.
The Vasa Museum
Vikings under Leif Ericson, heir to Erik the Red, reached North America, and set up a short-lived settlement in ...