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

A long train ride.

A travel blog entry by jayton on Oct 15, 2015

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A third train from Sundsvall to Stockholm, mostly in the twilight and dark. Again pretty ordinary countryside. Mostly gentle hills, probably a result of glaciers. Climate change has a lot to answer for.

Left Trondheim at 8 am and arrived here at 7.40pm. A long day.

Metro from station to the apartment. About 3 minutes walk from the metro ...

Days 5/6 - Ship Ahoy

A travel blog entry by davo1764 on Aug 06, 2015

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... pier I’m told the 2:30pm slot is completely booked out but I can get a ticket for the 3:30pm trip. I’ve got an hour or more to kill so head over to City Hall which is nearby to have a bit of a gander there. A visit to the City Tower seems a good idea only to be thwarted by the fact that it is completely sold out for the day and I’m told to come back
tomorrow. Fat chance of that! So I head to the ticket office for a tour of City Hall instead. The ...

Copenhagen Rigged The Vote

A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 15, 2015

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... stage as the fifth member in a cool 3D Holographic stage setup. None of that is anywhere as cool as having your picture taken in the cockpit of the chopper from the Arrival album cover - awesome!

We're off and heading down the road to the Vasa. Karin has the perfect way to twist the tragedy of this story into modern Dilbert comedy. In the 16th Century King Vasa want's the Baltic to know he's the one to fear - look out Denmark! ...

Copenhagen to Stockholm

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Jun 07, 2015

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... internet trolling and looked at what to do in Stockholm this afternoon. Decided to head to Gamla Stan for a look but it started raining just as we got there. We didn't have umbrellas and Dylan's coat wasn't waterproof so we decided to head back stopping for dinner on the way. We chose the Pickwicks Pub and I had the Swedish Meatballs and Dylan had beef tenderloin. Yum Yum! After dinner we walked back to the hotel. Had a shower and off to bed by ...

The Jumbo Jet Hotel - Best Hotel Ever !!!!

A travel blog entry by londone7 on May 01, 2015

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For my final night in Sweden and of my trip I had discovered a rather unique airport hotel. First I had to take the train and bus back from the town centre to the airport to catch the airport shuttle to the hotel.

I had ...