Hotel Kvarntorget

Address: Kvarntorget 3, Uppsala, Uppland, Swedish Lakeland, 753 20, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kvarntorget 3, Uppsala, is near Botanical Gardens (Botaniska Tradgarden), Linnaeus Garden & Museum (Linnetradgarden), and Old Uppsala Train Station.
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    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 08, 2014

    12 photos

    ... station, but I think you can also purchase them from the blue machines at any train station. It's just that the ticket is valid for a little less than 2 hours from the time of purchase, so it's better to wait. We took the commuter train (pendeltåg) from the same platform from which I took the train to Bro. It was nice and clean and not packed at all on a Saturday morning. We were really excited to head to Uppsala! It was a grey, cloudy day, and there ...

    Hej då, Sverige!

    A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Jun 30, 2014

    1 comment, 181 photos

    ... the exorbitant cost of living. Sweden (like Austria) requires non-EU folk like us to have enough money in the bank to support ourselves for a year before issuing a residence permit. We burned through this money in four months (and that was through very modest living). Once I discovered I would be ineligible for work (despite a few offers, and lacking the connections I acquired in Vienna), it became clear that we were going to have to stretch ...

    Surströmming: Eating a Biohazard

    A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Jun 05, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... by climbing into a chemical suit and moving the can as far away from other people as possible. As soon as his can opener breached the seal, a stream of brine shot forth, instantly colliding with the one exposed area on Jason's body—his forehead. As he continued slowly cutting his way into the can, he started appearing fatigued, and once the wind finally carried the stench our way, it was clear why.

    I suppose, maybe, I was prepared for worse. ...

    Uppsala and the big surprise

    A travel blog entry by rdavey on Jun 03, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... the forrest. All the volunteers were dressed in period dress which was lovely. Travis and Owen got to go in the engine for a look which was awesome. Owen had such a wonderful time as did his Grandad. I am sure they will both be talking about it for years to come. Well today is our last day in Sweden so we have been busy mowing lawn and planting another tree ect. The kids have just gone into town to stock up on a few things before Travis goes back to Africa the same day we ...

    Versailles and the Eiffel Tower by night

    A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Feb 13, 2013

    10 photos

    ... When we were there the statues were covered over with big tarps and the fountains weren't turned on and obviously there were no flowers. But what we could see was so well sculpted. The hedges were fantastic, in these crazy patterns, you need to lift your game Johnny Beard. The whole area is also really cleverly laid out. So from the back of the palace it was all symmetrical, the fountains were on either side with little paths leading down to a grand canal in the centre. I'll ...