Grand Hotell Hornan
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
Photos of Grand Hotell Hornan
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotell Hornan Uppsala
Travel Blogs from Uppsala
Heavy rains as we left Karlstad but soon the weather cleared and we have had sunshine since.
Uppsala is across Sweden and close to Stockholm. It is situated on the river Fyrisan which separates the historical part of the city from the commercial part.
First stop was the cathedral which is the biggest and tallest church in …
... super Viking genes that I lack.
Uppsala is such a cute city. It is about the same size as Winston Salem, NC, where I live, except Winston Salem doesn´t even show up on a regional map, whereas Uppsala is the 4th largest city in Sweden! Uppsala also seems a lot more hopping and walkable. A fifth of its population is comprised of students apparently!
Henning and Rebecca live in an apartment complex away from the students. It has a nice outdoor deck that is ...
... with their MacBook. We had some great conversations-- I really enjoyed spending time with Rebecca and Nilla! We walked around to see a collection of light intsallations called All Lights on Uppsala (Allt Ljus på Uppsala). It started yesterday and continue every evening until the end of the month. The city selected artists both by commission and through competition to install arts that incorporate light effects. They turn on all the lights in ...
... these days, buckles and none I would think. Sara and Travis have gone to collect another old motor bike that Trav has purchased, some where out the other side to Stockholm. Mark didn't think he would be able to sit in the car for the 500 k round trip so we decided to stay and look after Owen for the day. This will make 4 motor bikes that Travis now has, getting as bad as Mark with his motors. Be good things on Travis 'side is that his barn is about 20 times bigger than our ...
... work all the time).
Wanting to enjoy the holiday (but hoping to avoid the outcome of the mass public's gradual slide into drunkenness), we got an early start and followed the Fyris River into town. We met our friend Anna and a couple others there for a champagne breakfast on the river, staking out a prime location for the morning's big event: the annual raft parade.
Every year, student entrants construct flimsy rafts designed to endure a single trip (or, in some ...