BEST WESTERN Kom Hotel Stockholm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... surfaced from.
The first sock is very small and white white, like a Colgate advert, the second is grey, slightly bigger but grim like oh let’s say an office job in London at any time of year, the third misshapen, not quite white or grey, could be a hint of yellow so perhaps imagine old eggs in a blender.
So there I am, lonely shoe dangling by my waist with gravel massaging the insides of my toes, a sensation it turns ...
... opened here in May 2013.
This is a centre for contemporary photography. It houses collections of the work of modern photographers and opened its doors in May 2010.
This is the official residence and major royal ...
... smell, sound, nature, language, temples etc. As Americans our senses get deprived to a point we forget what is real. When you eat, taste the food. Indulge your palate. Same applies for other senses.
9) Revel in what IS. You will witness things beautiful and larger than life. You also will see things that absolutely make no sense. Lady boys, debauchery (Australians), changovers, ...
... see what she's like. Well, she looked up and she was super pretty! And nice and seemingly normal! This was a relief because the last teenager I've interacted with was a 14 year old who shot himself in the thigh with a shot gun while hunting... We arrived at their house. They live in a radhus, which is like basically like a town house. It was a really cute 2 story house with 4 bedrooms, sun deck and a cute backyard! I loved how the living room and sun area were decorated! It was ...
... of paying $40 extra each to take the airport express train in town. It took 40 minutes longer, but we were in no hurry.
Our room was in the best location ever - near the Slussen subway stop just south of the old town called Gamla Stan, in the Sodermalm district. If I had to compare, I’d say Sodermalm is the Brooklyn of Stockholm - trendy shops and nightlife and a younger crowd. Contrast this to the tour buses full of tourists and older crowd that stay in and eat ...