Loginn Hotel

Kajplats 16, Stockholm, Stockholm, 11825, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

The Stockholm Beer & Whisky Festival

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian


On last weekend of September and the first one of October, Stockholm held its annual Beer & Whisky Festival. We had been told about the shindig at the end of our first day in Uppsala (as we drank a couple of none-too-cheap bottles of Pumking at O'Connor's), and figured this was as good an excuse as any to take the short train ride south to Sweden's capital city.

As we were still relatively new to the country, and having ...

For Whom the Bell Tolls

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... had passed Wilson and was giving chase to Sum. Sum was still in lane 1; Montano for some reason was now in lane 3.

Montano kept slowly closing on Sum and drifting further outward. Soon Montano was in lane 4. She was getting close to Sum, but there wasn’t a lot of running left. Could she get her by the line? No. Sum finished just .12 ahead of Montano who ended up inexplicably in lane 5. We’ve ...

Living History.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... to the Royal Armory. This contained an interesting exhibition of the clothes, weapons and furniture of Swedish Royalty. We got a history lesson about Sweden as we looked at the various exhibits. Again not as lavish as the Russian Royals but certainly still adorned with wealth. There was an interesting special exhibition about Queen Christina who abdicated, became a Catholic and lived in Rome for the last part of her life. She was called the androgenous queen ...

Gothenburg to Stockholm

A travel blog entry by warrencliffe


... tour of the cemetery to see Alfred Nobel's grave. We also learnt that he was responsible for dynamite! When he died he had a considerable amount of money. Alfred Noble made a will that set aside the bulk of his money for awards for science, chemistry and literary work thus the Nobel Prizes began.

Margaret was very happy to exit the cemetery before it got dark round 9.30 ish!

It's Reigning Men (and women...)

A travel blog entry by armstarkclan


... Palace is the main home for the royal family during the week as it is closest to capital Stockholm. We toured through the chapel where they have normal Sunday services and where Princess Victoria was married, then through the royal "apartments" where guests of the family stay, next through the underground treasury where crowns and antique lock chests are on display, and finally through the Tre Kronor ("Three Crowns") Museum which is the section of the original ...

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This hotel, located in the Södermalm area of Stockholm, is near Royal Palace (Kungliga Slottet), Riddarholm Church (Riddarholmskyrkan), Folkoperan, and Van der Nootska palatset.
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