Maude's Hotel - Solna

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

    Swedish gymnasiet (high school)!!!

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 12, 2014

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    ... info and pictures while her friend Linda got current events, haha. When they both looked up a kpop band, Victoria got their latest videos and official website link while her friend got their Wikipedia page and oldest videos! It was a really really cool experience, and thanks so much to Victoria and Anneli for making it happen! And for the teachers and the administrator who just had Victoria write down our names to get me in. Yay! Today is my last shift at work! Just 4-7pm at ...

    Wörk wörk

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 14, 2014

    I slept in and had the same old breakfast I have almost everyday: fruit salad, yogurt with granola (or muesli they call it, a mix of oats, wheat puffs, dried berries), early grey tea, and sometimes a waffle or breakfast sandwich (ham, cream cheese and some greens on a small sour dough bread). Christoffer slept over-- my roommate and I were staying in a separate apartment for two days because the ...

    Happy meal

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 26, 2014

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    ... break from their jousting practice, so it seemed appropriate). Afterwards, I ran the Sweden Quiz night. We had a tie between two English guests, who got a whopping 12 out of 13 questions right!! Wow! The last time I did the quiz, the winner had gotten like 8 or 9 questions right, haha. One of them got a 3-day Stockholm Card and hit like 40 museums (!!), and the other one studied at Cambridge and now works there.. So good for them!! Christoffer added a ...

    Dreamhack Stockholm 2014!

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... was like 25:1. It seemed like mostly Swedish people but I also heard English and some other European languages. There weren't many Asian people at all. I guess Dreamhack Stockholm isn't big enough to draw crowds from different countries, but still, it was pretty hopping!! So much love for gaming! They were giving a few free stuff, so I was happy. Monster the energy drink company is one of the sponsors but wasn't giving out any free drinks!! Oh well? In the back there was a ...

    Beyond the World Cup....AIK

    A travel blog entry by margogoes on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... 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. ...