Hotell Dialog

Dialoggatan 1, Stockholm, Stockholm, 14175, Sweden | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Hägersten - Liljeholmen area of Stockholm, is near Jamtli History Land (Jamtlands Lans Museum), Langholmen, Folkoperan, and Fargfabriken.
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    Travel Blogs from Stockholm

    Sensational Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 04, 2014

    42 photos

    ... turn the book upside down a couple of times!). We started in Prastgatan Lane (Priests Lane) and along the way could see hoists which the merchants used to use, coal and wood hatches in the walls of houses, and flaming gold phoenixes which used to tell firefighters which houses had paid insurance and so could be saved in case of fire. Apparently Stockholm was plagued by fires until they decreed that only stone, brick etc houses ...

    Day 13 - Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by sezzawilliams on Jun 28, 2014

    ... Lingonberries and mashed potato. I loved the combination of the berries, meatballs and mash on my fork! Yum! But Wolfy wanted a desert to go with his berries! Which we did. We had Pecan and Caramel Pie! It was delicious! We then headed to the ABBA museum at about 5pm. We were glad we came back and didn't risk the hour the night before as we spent a good 2 hours inside. Listening to an audio guide, led by the four ...

    We'd Swede again

    A travel blog entry by sazaeagle on May 02, 2014

    ... we went for Old Town) which starts by Sergels Torg. A lovely guide, Annelie, very knowledgeable and informative. Quite a large group of us (about 20), but there were chances to ask questions, make comments etc. Well worth it if you’d like to hear more about the history, architecture, peculiar quirks and tales of Swedes gone by. You tip the guide at the end of the tour at your discretion. We were getting a little cold and tired by this point so we walk back through Old Town ...

    Day 2 in Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by gtbflies on Oct 27, 2013

    40 photos

    ... once or twice, they decided to go for it. They also wanted to have 72 cannons - as an aside:

    Interesting thing - did you know that around this time, because cannons were so expensive, a lot of ships had a variety of cannons with different size ammunition? To make it better, all of the cannon balls were usually mixed up in the lowest level of the ship. With all of the gunpowder, you wouldn't go down there with a blazing light, ...

    Sweden for the Day (6 August 2013)

    A travel blog entry by la.adendorff on Aug 06, 2013

    6 photos

    Camilla's friend Ronny arrived at Camilla's to pick us up at about 7.30am to have a "quick day trip" across to Sweden. We quickly dropped Cornelia off at Kindergarten and we were off.... The scenery was amazing and the intense green fields and rolling hills continued. our first stop was the National Park at Hammaro, which is along Sweden's biggest lake (Vanern) for a brief walk, photo taking and some wild raspberry and blueberry picking. The weather was coming in and ...