Maude's Hotel - Solna

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

Swedish football game and Graveyard tour!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 01, 2014

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The most impressionable part for me was the mourning grove, a group of willow trees at the top of a hill. It was SO EERIE!!! But once we climbed the stairs and got up there, there was a beautiful array of candles (that were kind of hard to see with such a big crowd). It was hard to move about, and the paths were muddy.

We walked around some more and enjoyed the beautiful candle lights. There must've been thousands of people in the whole cemetary. We ended ...

Bath mushrooms

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 06, 2014

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... a bank account, going to the tax office, etc. To assist him in this transition, I decided to take him to the library, so he could get a fancy library of his very own! Oh yeah, I reserved a book from another location and had it delivered to the location near me... They charged me a 10kr administration fee. I mean that's like $1.50, but I had no idea!! I would've been screwed if I had reserved like 20 books! Stuff like that is free in 'Murica. Oh well. Anyway, Olle, the ...

Bike tour fun!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 23, 2014

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... quite into criminal novels and such. Then we rode to the Raoul Wallenberg memorial with a beautiful waterfront view. I had never heard of him, but apparently he was from the Wallenberg family, which was like a Swedish version of the Rockefellers/Rothchilds or something. The foreign ministry asked him to serve as a diplomat around WWII, and he agreed. He went to Hungary and gave out Swedish passports to Jews, saving many of their lives. Micke was ...

Taking Stock in Stockholm

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 21, 2014

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... said that the "menu" was just a single item - Swedish meatballs with baked potato - and that it was nothing special. When I got to the restaurant I found out it wasn't 100 kroner it was 120 kroner, and that pushed me over the limit - I wasn't interested anymore. Instead I went to a place called "Max Burger" which is a fast food type restaurant done "Swedish Style". Specifically, you can order using a funky touch screen - pay by credit card - and it prints ...

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. ...