Gashaga Sealodge

Vardshusvagen 14, Stockholm, Stockholm, 18163, Sweden | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Vardshusvagen 14, Stockholm.
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A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

... award, which Alfred Nobel founded with the fortune he made from inventing dynamite among other things. It was a small museum but a lot of information in it. Since it was started in 1901, there have been 876 prizes awarded in the areas of physics, chemistry, literature, peace, and medicine. Economics was added later on. The most interesting recipient I learned about was the guy who invented fertilizer—I can’t remember his name—but his invention ...


A travel blog entry by margogoes on Jun 21, 2014

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Lars and I started a new project. We hope to walk a good part of Sörmlandsleden during the summer. Check this link to learn more about our adventure: px

While I started this entry a few days ago I am now writing as we finished the fourth leg of more than 60 segments. We are rather excited about doing this walk because it is a ...

9 weeks in and loving it!

A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 10, 2014

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... wash, which was washed a little to high, as my things were a little tighter than before. Well that or I really shouldn't have had that cream bun last night. We made up for this mornings set back by going full speed into the city and drinking up the incredible vibe of the city. Walked up and down all the big shopping streets. We found the most incredible book store, with books bigger than the width of a single bed. Books that look like they're something out of a movie. There's ...

Where did the stress go? I've lost it...

A travel blog entry by zerah on Sep 04, 2013

... by religion, which is a relief.
Comparatively Stockholm is so much cleaner than Copenhagen, the water is the best I've tasted in Europe.
If it weren't so expensive I'd come back for a big look around. Here's an idea of cost. Four nights in a dorm room in the prison was 1025 SEK,, 55 € turned into 415 SEK,, groceries were 260 SEK, a one way ticket was 36 SEK,, lunch with a beer was 180 SEK.
Gotta say in parting ...

Days 107 - 111: Sweden and Denmark

A travel blog entry by djmorton on Aug 24, 2013

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... in the city centre and basically accessible by the front door. The four royal residences aren't even fenced off and kind of feel like a pedestrian roundabout in the centre. Speaking with the locals here, they said the Royals are just like 'normal' people therefore they weren't surprised when I thought I saw Frederick and his daughter around town.
Over the two days in Copenhagen we discovered the city by canal boat, a free 3 hour walking tour and a pub crawl. ...