Metro Hotel

Address: Vretensborgsvagen 14 , Stockholm, Stockholm, 126 30, Sweden | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Hägersten - Liljeholmen area of Stockholm, is near Jamtli History Land (Jamtlands Lans Museum), Langholmen, Filmstaden Soder, and Folkoperan.
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      Travel Blogs from Stockholm

      Hej hej

      A travel blog entry by travels_with_jk on Oct 16, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... me in the past! However on this flight with Norwegian Air Shuttle the red wine was free and going down a couple glasses at a time. Yikes I should have known better...

      When I met one of our best friends Thomas in the airport I was happy to see him and start making our way to the hotel for an afternoon "power 20" to sleep off the headache and hangover! Tom is a great travel mate and he and I have done a considerable amount of short travel trips together ...

      Sweden!

      A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

      ... warm, hooded ponchos and gloves to go in the bar, which was completely made of ice! The floors were not ice. That would be dangerous. But, the walls were solid ice, with fun carvings of wintery scenes. The bar and tables were made of ice and so were all the glasses. I got some sort of apple, cinnamon and vanilla vodka drink. Nathaniel and I ran into a lot of Semester at Sea kids there but we got cold within 20 minutes and left to go explore the old city of Stockholm.

      The ...

      Starting our cruise by looking at a ship that sunk

      A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 28, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... in the hearts of the enemy by being larger, more ornate, and possessing more cannon than most ships of the time, it was a huge undertaking, consuming 3 years of time and a significant portion of the Swedish economy to build. On its maiden voyage, the Vasa was sailed into the Stockholm harbor headed for the open seas when a gust of wind caught the sails and the heeled the ship so far over to the port side that the water rushed in the open lower gunports and this jewel of the Swedish ...

      Sweden - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by emthom on Jun 16, 2014

      9 photos

      Today, Samantha's cousin Danny took us to Skansen which is basically a giant park/zoo/aquarium/historic village reenactment. We saw amazing views of the city, recreations of Viking houses, and lots of animals native to Sweden including wolves, bears, and owls. Samantha paid extra to go in to the lemur habitat where a ...

      Not a bad life, this!

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 02, 2014

      7 photos

      ... curry made by yours truly but using a Thai curry mix that is sold hereabouts, dried and it’s very good. One little tip I would impart is if using whole, shelled prawns, then remove the meat and then boil the remainder of the bodies, eggs, exoskeletons legs and all, for 10 minutes or so. Save the resulting liquor having strained off and discarded the solid bits and use this in the curry, you get a superb prawny flavour. Do try ...