Maude's Hotel - Solna

Englundavagen 2, Solna, Stockholm, 171 41, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Solna

Taking Stock in Stockholm

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 21, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... parking that they'd emailed me about, locked up the bike and dragged my gear to reception. I checked my Kindle, but it's still not charging so I think that's it for the Kindle, R.I.P. So far the losses for this trip include my neck scarf, two USB chargers, the helmet camera which got replaced, the helmet's headphone bracket, my Westpac Debit Card (which still isn't working) and now my Kindle. I chatted to Jess by text message, and learned that ...

Beyond the World Cup....AIK

A travel blog entry by margogoes on Jul 12, 2014

12 photos

... used to sneak over the back fence of the stadium. In fact, the team's fan club, know as the Black Army formed at about the time Lars started going to the matches and he considers himself one of the founding members!

The team has recently moved into it's new stadium, Friend's Arena. We were excited to see the new facility. It's easy to travel to Solna via the tunnelbana and then walk just 2 km to the arena. ...

Frustration piled upon frustration

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 04, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... The next harbour that professed to have clothes washing facilities was some 14 miles away, called Bullandö and which claimed to be the largest in the Baltic with over 1,400 boats permamently moored. We’d been there before where in fact we’d done our laundry so we were optimistic that we would be ok. We set off at 11:15 and motored northwards, passing lots of nice properties on the way. One of the features of this part of the world is the ...

How I Met King Julien

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 18, 2014

18 photos

... were fantastic, and after the best meal we've had so far we walked the streets some more. By pure chance we stumbled onto an old (when I say old I really mean it) church that a sister had recommended we visit because there is a giant golden Tetragrammaton over the entry door. Click! Got the picture. Chelsea went in for a minute because it was free for her, but I didn't feel like coughing up almost thirty dollars for the two of us to go in too. According to Chelsea we ...

Stockholm - Living in the future

A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 06, 2013

17 photos

... career on display and a lot of interesting stories about how the band came about. Plus I got to dance to ABBA without being massively drunk (OK I had one beer beforehand). ABBA are from Stockholm and they love it, it came through in the museum where they talked about their lives in Stockholm plus their country houses elsewhere in Sweden where they wrote a lot of songs. The museum itself was only opened this year.

We also ...