Gashaga Sealodge

Address: Vardshusvagen 14 -16, Stockholm, Stockholm, 181 63, Sweden | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Vardshusvagen 14 -16, Stockholm.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Outta sight & going outta my mind

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Jun 13, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... I spiraled down down down into great sadness and tears this day. All the thoughts and images I could only assume, because He won't talk to me and tell me otherwise. My self worth is shattered even more, if that is even possible.

Weakness No 1 for today: I can NOT be alone. Because when I am, I can not control my thoughts from exploding beyond control. The domino effect of one thought to another just goes from doom to gloom. Ultimately until I ...

Ferry to Djurgarden Museum Island

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 30, 2015

28 photos

... br>
The ferry runs every 15 mins and is included in the tourist pass. It makes stops at another island where my ship hostel from 2003 was. There were very scenic views and picture perfect ...

Design Capital

A travel blog entry by laylean on Mar 25, 2015

9 photos

The differences were perceptible from the airport. People walked faster and their clothes were grey-black, trendier and their hair-cuts edgier. We came from 'old world charm' in Tromso to a modern metropolis. We thought that our two red beanies worn together might be too much of a fashion affront to the Swedes and decided that only one of us would wear hers at any one time .... That ...

Changing of the Guard and City Walk

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 30, 2014

22 photos

... afford but would really rather not give versus unique local items that I would have to shorten my trip to afford. Then there are those affordable "authentic" items that totally target people like me. Anyway, I say the best souvenirs you can take home are those you can't buy, like those napkin holders with Vasa seals I got from MasterChef Sweden, and you shouldn't have to feel obligated to buy souvenirs for other people just for the sake of getting them. (Oh yeah, there are ...

Rest day 2

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 15, 2014

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I thought I should stay in today as well and skip my Wednesday plans for the Swedish lesson with Ellinor and Nordiska museet. That can come on another Wednesday! I went to grocery shop to get ingredients for loh mein noodles. There isn't really a good, cheap Chinese take out place around here...! It's October 15th, and they already have "julmust", their special Christmas soda out. Sweden might just be worse than America when it comes to putting Christmas things out ...