Hotel Bema

Upplandsgatan 13, Stockholm, Stockholm, S111 23, Sweden | Hotel
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Sensational Stockholm

A travel blog entry by anni.porter


... be allowed in the town centre. We saw the Rune stone, passed the cathedral, crossed through the German churchyard and ended up at the Royal Palace just in time for changing of the guard. We had a wander through the courtyards of the palace then saw the Obelisk and then onto see Iron Boy – the tiniest public statue (out of about 600 in the city). Its only the size of a fist and legend says the statue honurs the orphans who ...

We'd Swede again

A travel blog entry by sazaeagle

... to the Palace takes an hour. The scenery is very picturesque and interesting to see the sorts of houses and people who live along the river here, it gets reasonably sparse with housing the closer to the palace you get. We sat outside for a while until we got cold, there were plenty of seats inside and out to choose from. They did catering for a large party downstairs which looked lovely if you’d like to kill some time during the hour long journey. Upon arrival at the Palace ...

Ding DONG the witch is dead - and going to Vietnam

A travel blog entry by mistytravels


And I am going as a millionare!
Well, 200 USD equals approximately 4 million Dong, so technically I'm not lying.

One chilly morning in September I caught a glimpse of my face in the reflection of a window, it was a pale, tired face, with dead eyes. It reminded me of the expression "the lights are on but nobody's home". Or even better: "the wheel is ...


A travel blog entry by hoppyandpeter


... old things originally belonging to ships that sailed the seas many years ago. The room we shared with Nan and Pop had lots of pictures of ships and an old clock that Peter and I decided to climb on. After unpacking it was decided we would go exploring around the lovely old area we were staying in called Gamla Stan.

Nan and Aunt Sal were all smiles as we wondered through the narrow streets full of lovely shops, Peter and I think they were ...

1st Day of Odyssey Tour

A travel blog entry by rerowand

... in the war were to get on outside of Stockholm. When the ship was found, it was in good shape. They raised it and in the process found so much from that era preserved, including the skeletons of the people who were trapped on the ship. This has given great insight to how the people lived, what diseases they encountered, etc. A great archeological find. After the story, we had 1 hour to explore the building and see the exhibits. We looked at the skeletons, did the various levels, and ...

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This hotel, located in the Norrmalm area of Stockholm, is near Skansen Open-Air Museum, Strindberg Museum (Strindbergsmuseet), Regina Theater, and Grand Lidingo.
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