Hotel Arkad

Ostermalmsgatan 25, Västerås, Västmanland, Swedish Lakeland, 72214, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ostermalmsgatan 25, Västerås, is near Engsö Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Västerås

    Back to my heritage...

    A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    One of the reasons we wanted to travel to Sweden is to see this beautiful country that neither Cindy or I had ever visited. The other reason is that Bruce's Great Grandmother grew up in this small town just west of Stockholm.

    I (Bruce) was fortunate to really get to know this wonderful woman.

    Bruce went back to his roots when we stopped in Eskilstuna, Sweden. His great grandmother, Signe M. Anderson, was born here on March 14, ...

    Thursday 8th May - SCHOOL

    A travel blog entry by stu900 on May 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.




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    Ikea and Swedish Meatballs... In Sweden

    A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Nov 09, 2013

    9 photos

    ... in Swedish. It looked exactly the same inside, but the prices again took me for a shock, with things priced up to 25 000 krona! We had lunch in the Ikea cafeteria, none other than a nice plate of Swedish meatballs, yum!

    That afternoon, back in town, we walked along the river to the Outdoor Museum. The museum was a replica of what the town looked like in the past, complete with chickens, goats and the iconic red wood Swedish ...

    Viking City

    A travel blog entry by latte_lover on Jan 18, 2013

    12 photos

    ... You forget you are in a city when walking on the paths. It also looks like a great place to spend time in the summer. I know there is a restaurant, but as I have a kitchen (and I am cheap) I have not been there. One think to note about Sweden, eating out is pricey. Usually places will have a lunch special which is quite reasonable. Groceries and normal living expenses are pretty similar to the states, depending on what you buy. I spend the ...

    Different life

    A travel blog entry by camomile on Aug 30, 2012

    35 photos

    Yeah, life in Sweden is different.
    First of all I came there just after one day chill back home in Lithuania. I was just back from United States. So time zones, friends and relatives call just dropped on my shoulders, I came to North exhausted as never before!
    First day went there, I realized that for half a year I will have huge holidays, though it was my last year in university back home, and my thesis should be the most important thing that time, but ...