Ibis Styles Stockholm Kista

Address: Finlandsgatan 7, Kista, Stockholm, 164 74, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Finlandsgatan 7, Kista, is near Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Aurora Sky Station, Kungsleden, and Ulriksdal Palace.
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      Thanksgiving Eve!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 26, 2014

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      ... more regular grocery store. There I got all the ingredients for the pumpkin pie and sides (green beans and sweet potatoes)!! So sweet potatoes are another thing they don't really eat here. They were 50kr/kg ($7 per kilo), which is 5 times more expensive than regular potatoes...! We lugged our grocery bags to the bus station and took number 40 to university. Then we made a mouth watering dinner-- hamburgers with sweet potato fries! The sweet potato fries were ...

      Halloween shopping and old Swedish person

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... and balloons. Everything was sooo unnecessarily expensive, like dollar store items would be $10....! Typical Sweden. Afterwards I did the meatball experience... That was fun and yummy as usual. Then I walked around in the city with Christoffer, and we went to McDonalds so I could get my McFlurry fix. We got these really comfy looking seats by the window. There was an empty bag there, so we just put it aside. Then this old man who was dressed like a regular ...

      Another language day!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... to. They are like a little smaller than ping pong balls.

      So the 10 of us divvied up the tasks. Some mixed, some rolled, others fried, and yet some others made the brown sauce (like gravy). Apparently, some Swedish people cheat on the brown sauce by adding soy sauce to make it more tasty and brown. Oh yeah, we also had mashed potatoes that had some Swedish cheese in it and lingonberry sauce to go with the meatballs.

      It was SO delicious! ...

      Touring Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by pbradham on May 24, 2014

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      Friday night we had dinner then went back to the Hostel. Around 11 we decided to get some Swedish night life. We tried bar hoping for a bit for a group of 20 people which is pretty hard to do. We settled down in one and 3 Swedish guys came and talked to us. They all wanted to know the stereotypical American and Texan with the "trucks, guns, and cowboys" statement. One ...

      Day 2 in Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by gtbflies on Oct 27, 2013

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      ... I went to the Vasa museum. . This is an amazing place because of the following story. Back in the early 1600s, the Swedish King at the time had just lost nearly a third of his navy in a bad storm. So he was in need of a new set of ships. He decided that Sweden should have the most impressively decorated, highest technology, greatest number of cannons, flagship warship in the world. So, in an era when creating a second gundeck had only ...