Hotell Kristina

Rektor Cullbergs vag 1, Sigtuna, Stockholm, 19323, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rektor Cullbergs vag 1, Sigtuna.
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    Hej da (good bye), Stockholm.

    A travel blog entry by ericasmig on Jun 14, 2014

    ... on the plane then crash at home as soon as the girls go to bed. Speaking of, I *cannot* wait to see the girls. I hope customs is a breeze being we arrive in Oakland - fingers crossed! Then we can zoom home and love on those lil' munchkins! So grateful for this trip and for Nataly who made this happen by watching Sydnee & Simone for us. Muuuwaahhh! Signing off. Ps. No pics w/ this entry. ...

    The day with Brita or is it Anna?

    A travel blog entry by bot989 on Aug 10, 2013

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    ... and in some ways the best yet. Her name was Brita but in the beginning she told us it was Anna I guess she thought it would be easier for us to remember. She was surprisingly tan for the people in this climate and we found out that she was quite a golfer. We had great conversations over lunch and lots of laughs. We didn't want to keep her as she had another driving job for a wedding and that would be into the wee hours of the morning.


    Välkommen till Stockholm!

    A travel blog entry by iainabroad on Jun 24, 2013

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    ... islands that make up the capital.
    - Went to a Helmut Newton photography exhibition at the Fotografiska Museum.
    - Ate tunnbrodsrulle, a mashed potato/shrimp/sausage wrap, and what I consider to be Sweden's delicious equivalent of a doner.
    - Squeezed in a quick visit to the City Hall before catching my train to Oslo and saying goodbye to my new and wonderful ...

    A weekend in Stockholm.

    A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Jan 26, 2013

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    ... Larsson saw it differently. Why?

    My first thought was that the author had some great imagination. My second though, after a short walk through Stockholm's centre was that the city inspired him. Maybe because it was winter, maybe because it was dark, but the Swedish capital appeared to be gloomy. It doesn't involve any skills to imagine a killer lurking at the corner. Really! I was surprised! My idea of the paradise city collapsed!

    Fortunately, I finally got ...

    16th Travel Post – Vasa Museum, Stockholm, S

    A travel blog entry by lorenzo1 on Aug 16, 2012

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    ... The cannons were heavily reinforced at the breech and 64 weighed approximately 100 tons. Vasa's ballast equaled 120 tons of stone. She carried additional weight of cannon balls, gunpowder, ancillary firearms, food in casks, officers and a crew of 133 sailors. Despite an obvious lack of stability in port, it was allowed to set sail and foundered only a few minutes after it ...