Scandic Kungens Kurva

Ekgardsvagen 2, Stockholm, Stockholm, 14175, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ekgardsvagen 2, Stockholm, is near Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stureplan, Royal Dramatic Theater (Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern), and Ulriksdal Palace.
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    A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... was of costumes used in HBO’s Game of Thrones, one of our favorite shows (and my favorite books lately).

    Finally, we met up with Deanne’s friend Karl, who’s in the International Light Association with Deanne. He showed us some of his inventions and gave me a dose of light therapy. He also showed me a first edition copy of a book that Florence Nightingale wrote in 1860 right after the Crimean War. He’s quite an interesting and intelligent ...

    BL #12: Contemplate Copenhagen's Contrast

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... that small sample doesn't even begin to touch upon the alternative culture and lifestyle this city openly embraces. To find that, you'll need to hit up Christiana, Copenhagen's famous former hippie colony, that has grown into something much more than just a place for those looking to easily score some soft drugs; it's become a bit of a beacon for those seeking a "free" city to call home. Even more interesting is the fact that it has also become the city's third ...

    Don't map yourself from H& will get lost

    A travel blog entry by gretalindberg on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... amazing tapas in old town. What a beautiful city and a beautiful day. We may have been sore from all that walking, but it was amazing.

    Note* H&M was started in Sweden. We saw multiple H&M stores in the city, close and far away, so it was not wise to rely off of H&M for your bearings. If you do you WILL get lost. We didn't, but I would have if I was on my own!

    Another full day of Stockholm tomorrow!

    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

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    ... this park. Seriously, entire buildings that seemed cool (small scale shops and factories, houses, churches, farm buildings, animals, etc.). Now a days the buildings are manned with people, some of who are still developing various small scale runs of things (chair, rugs, glass things). They were dressed in old gear and if prompted, would tell some interesting facts but they weren't very quick to volunteer a speech. Outside of the old ...