Hotel Norrtull

St Eriksgatan 119, Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 43, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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Stockholm Syndrome

A travel blog entry by chrisattewell


Hi All, On our way from Stockholm to Bergen (Norway) this morning, so taking some down-time on the plane to write this blog. We've had a great couple of days in Stockholm, and taken in a fair few sights. On Saturday we made our way to the city centre and boarded a sightseeing cruise boat that gave a guided tour of Stockholm. The city is really an …


A travel blog entry by anywherebuthere


I traveled for 7 hours on the Bergen to Oslo Train. I arrived in Oslo mid evening. My bus to Stockholm was not until 11:00 pm. I had at least 5 hours to kill. I went to the bus station and stored my backpack in a locker. I then killed as much time as I could eating, interneting and finally a movie(What happens in Vegas- sucky movie but the seats …

For Whom the Bell Tolls

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... sound proof. As you can imagine I was a bit grumpy that morning, with a big day ahead of us, two museums ABBA & Vasa with a Diamond League Meeting at night.

Stockholm is built on a number of islands so you are not far from waterways. Here are photographs of the 20 minute walk to the ABBA museum.


Mama Mia here I go again

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... if you passed unscathed through the scanner which I did they still frisk you on top of your clothing. They tell me the USA is worse & I can understand the reasoning but I have to say it feels like a violation. I would have preferred the pretty blonde lady that was frisking the women passengers but apparently that is against regulations. After becoming frisk free he wanted to know whose bag had just been through the scanner. When I said 'me, he ...

Day 22 Stockholm, Sweden

A travel blog entry by allanbe


... between 1961 and 1988. The Vasa museum was opened to the public in 1990 and is now the most visited museum in Scandinavia. To date the museum has been visited by more than 25 million people. The museum is excellent and it constructed on different levels so it is possible to view the ship from different heights and positions. There are also displays of items salvaged from the ship on each of the floors which makes the museum even more interesting. This is an absolute ...

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