Hotel Gustav Vasa

Address: Vastmannagatan 61, Stockholm, Stockholm, 11325, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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      Stockholm Night 1

      A travel blog entry by grinch on Oct 03, 2014

      ... honeys running low. We moved on and found our niche at a bar/club. The DJ was amazing, didn't even need to touch the decks! ******* useless wog, even I can press play douchebag. We soon acquired a 4 person table and from then on out it was only a matter of time. I was a lighthouse in a sea of clunge, with spot being that jagged rock that nobody sees and everyone tries to navigate around, causing the occasional shipwreck - as I found out soon enough. 2 swedes soon sat down - I ...

      Nordiska Museum, Opera House & City Hall

      A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... from the museum to the Opera House but it was too late for tours. It is a very impressive structure complete with the Royal Boxes.

      Final stop was the City Hall which is a very impressive but somewhat austere looking building. It is on the waterfront.

      One building we often wondered about turns out to be a hotel designed by a German architect. It seems there are various opinions about its ...

      Having a blast

      A travel blog entry by linda.sweden14 on Aug 05, 2014

      ... on Monday. We went to Uppsala first to a cathedral. I was very impressed with the church - words cannot describe the beauty. Yesterday we spent the day in Stockholm - such an amazing city with lots of great architecture. The best part was meeting Gunnel, another cousin on Maria Lovisa's side. Her grandmother Matilda would have been a first cousin to my mom. Her mother Doris is 90 and still alive. She shared with us some ...

      Bumps in the Road

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... Edvard Munch. I wander with Ian to the Royal Palace and see the changing of the guard.

      We transfer to the train station eager to board our transport to Stockholm, only to learn (to our dismay) that the train has been cancelled due to track work, and we are to be taken by bus as far as Karlstad, Sweden, and there transferred to a train. It is a long drive, through beautiful scenery, but it is on a bus ...

      Off to visit Johan

      A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel on May 26, 2014

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      ... have been super tiny with bunks but it was a ship none the less. We then headed across to the theme park Gröna Lund.

      We went across on the boat so could see all of the rides before we arrived. Obviously we hit up the rollercoasters first where we met up with Per, Johans brother. We did three roller coaster rides before deciding we needed a break. Per came and ...