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

      ... for the CBS right there and then and locked the ******* door. Dear god what had I got myself into. She jumped into the cab but her friends were like an elastic band - pulling her back at every opportunity. Taylor asked for an AK-47 but the cab driver corrected him - 'no M16 - they have 30 rounds per second' Priceless. He became our new translator - trying to solve the shitstorm I had put us in. Turns out the friends were jealous. My anger subsided - I definitely sympathised - ...

      A Relaxing day and Anxious Trip

      A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... the train track a few stations further along the line, and the trains were completely shut down in both directions. She had found an alternate route involving another train, a trolley car, and a free bus, and led us off in pursuit of this plan. We caught the train and the trolley, but when we arrived at the designated station we were told that there were no buses and redirected back onto the original train. This led to a few anxious minutes of waffling about what to do…to ...

      BL #14: BBQ, Scandinavian Style

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 16, 2014

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      ... their disposable BBQs, so it was ON today! Combined with a visit to the islands of Stockholm's archipelago, another item on the bucket list, it was an unforgettable final full day in Stockholm.  Had there been more time available today, and had we been more organized, we could've also squeezed in Sandhamm - being a little farther away from Stockholm, Sandhamm would've likely been more of a back-to-nature experience. ...

      SFI...Swedish for Immigrants Oj Oj Oj!

      A travel blog entry by margogoes on Jun 17, 2014

      1 comment

      ... 50 words of conversation about my self. I managed to fill the allotted quota with things like my address and random facts that I could say and spell correctly.

      Thank God...it was over!

      I left the exam room feeling about as inept as I've ever felt. How could I manage to have absorbed so little after all this time in Sweden?

      Again I waited in the reception area until Anna came out to talk to me (in Swedish) about my results. ...

      How I Met King Julien

      A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 18, 2014

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      ... posters of bears on balls are starting to make sense! As we walked along the path a furry red squirrel walked right in front of me. It was the weirdest thing: it had long pointy ears and was an auburn red. I've never seen one like that so I pulled out my camera and snapped some pictures. Brittany nudged me on the arm. "You know how you always make fun of the 'oh so stupid' tourists at home that take pictures of the gray squirrels? That's you." Ouch, so true :) The sun ...