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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Hej Hej

A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Feb 11, 2015

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... recommended, I think we just had bad luck. When we arrived there was only 3 1/2 beds for 8 people. The half bed was a cross between a crib and a child's bed, really meant for someone under the age of 6. Even though three girls happily slept on the large couch, the apartment was falsely advertised. Then we ran out of toilet paper the first day, we were not given then passcode into the building and didn't realize until 10pm the next day, and when originally we had the whole ...

Stockholm

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 01, 2014

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Later, we had a great Swedish meal at a place near our house, the Blue Door. We ordered an appetizer of 4 types of pickled Herring and a dish of Reindeer meatballs. The Herring was amazing. It melted in our mouths like butter. I’ve never had anything like it. I would compare it to sushi quality fish, but pickled and spiced. My favorite was the one with a mustard sauce. The meatballs and gravy were pretty good too. We sampled some local beer and Snaps too. ...

Can it really be the end of Summer?

A travel blog entry by margogoes on Aug 29, 2014

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... We've been so happy in Stockholm but of course we'll be happy to visit our "other" home. I think a few really warm days and a swim in the Mediterranean are long overdue. My sister Barbara and her husband Tom will visit us in mid-September! We're excited to see them. They have been to Spain before but never to El Campello! After that who knows? We have talked about returning to Sweden in October for awhile and perhaps also spending ...

Stockholm - A new experience!

A travel blog entry by rivercruise2013 on Jul 31, 2014

... Anyway bags collected and onto the train to Stockholm Central at a 175 km/hr - smooth and fast. Arrived to an afternoon thunderstorm which fortunately had vented most of its fury by the time we stepped onto the street to find the Hotel. It was only 5 minutes walk by the direct route - 20 minutes by the route we went with three requests for assistance. However, locals very obliging and we arrived without getting too wet - it was warm anyway, about 22 C and ...

Stockholm

A travel blog entry by jwbea on Jul 28, 2014

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... the place has an interesting and poignant history. It was one of the most bombed targets of World WarII and by 1944, only 13 buildings remained standing. When the Nazis occupied Norway in 1940, they wished to protect and use iron ore deposits in the area as well as disrupt Allied supply lines to Murmansk in Russia. The Nazis rounded up resistance leaders in Kirkenes and executed them. Today there is still some ore mining in the area and a factory ...