Omena Hotel Stockholm
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Well we went to the Abba Museum which has been opened since 2013. It was a very interactive museum and lots of interesting stuff to see and do. The commentary was actually given by the band (OK not live and in person). it was also within the Swedish music museum so there was a lot of other stuff there and I was surprised at the number of artists …
Arrived early in Stockholm after a nice 7 hour flight from Dubai. Caught the taxi in to town which costs 520 Kroner or about $100. The hotel is all automated so no reception ext, they just email you the room number and a door code. Its a great place though and very centrally located. First day just walked around and took in the city centre. The …
Finally got here about 40 hours after leaving Nelson. We stopped at Auckland,Bangkok and Frankfurt and then landed in Stockholm. On Tuesday we walked around the old town which is called Gamla Stan, at the old town we had really yummy gelato. Then later on we walked to the train station and caught a train from Stockholm to Uppsala.
Yesterday night we stayed in the Omena hotel in Stockholm and we also visited Gamla Stan. Last night we stayed in the Scandic hotel in Uppsala which we will be staying for the next four nights. After a couple of VERY long flights we are finally here, the first flight Nelson to Auckland, second flight Auckland to Bangkok, third flight Bangkok to …
Wow, it really is a long way! But we did it and it's great to be here, Stockholm is beautiful. Reminds me of the Netherlands with all of the bikes and similar architecture. Very friendly, laid back people. High point of our trip - seeing Rog at Arlanda airport, low point missing our connection from Frankfurt to Stockholm because of an arrogant Aussie guy working security!! All good in the end.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOmena Hotel Stockholm
Very well designed rooms, perfect for a family of 4. Fabulous shower and comfy beds, handy having microwave, kettle and fridge too. Would recommend to families, don't eat downstairs though, over priced and there are better options close by.
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