Sastaholm Hotell & Konferens

Address: Sastaholms Alle 12, Taby, Stockholm, 187 70, Sweden | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sastaholms Alle 12, Taby, is near The Great Synagogue of Stockholm and Filmstaden Camera.
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      Adolf Frederik church

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 27, 2014

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      ... many and what kinds of people come here. The sun now sets at 5pm. The day light saving ended on Sunday here, and the clock was turned back an hour. So the sun rises earlier but also sets earlier... It's a tad strange to see little kids outside playing football when it's dark. Maybe kids here grow up being used to lurking around and playing in the dark..! I finished the McDonalds book. It wasn't too ...

      Study day

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 03, 2014

      ... languages too.

      I helped out at the reception from 4 to 7pm, and then ate dinner. My roommate, Gabi, and I were going to do taco night today, but Gabi had to cover for another receptionist and so it got postponed. Gabi is from Spain and has never had tacos. I asked him how that was possible, and he said he's not Mexican. Haha what!? Everyone loves tacos!!

      Some girls I was out with yesterday wanted to check out Södermalm, this hip young place south of here. But by ...

      Stockholm to Kobehavn

      A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 11, 2014

      ... bloody annoying., I will be switching the phone off from now on. After breakfast, we walked over to the old town of Gamla Stan. This was very beautiful, with lots of old, narrow, cobble stoned streets and touristy shops. In hindsight, I wish I had spent more time researching Stockholm. They have free walking tours, running from different parts of the city. I would love to have had one of Gamla Stan. The ...

      Swedish folk festival

      A travel blog entry by leonie.dowell on Jul 02, 2014

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      3 1/2 hours north of Stockholm for a traditional Swedish Folk Festival. They come from all over to farmland, freshly mowed. A picnic lunch and crack open the wine beer. All sounds fab till the storm....fortunately for us a farmhouse provided shelter....unfortunately no room inside so it's underneath for us! ...

      Day 2 in Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by gtbflies on Oct 27, 2013

      40 photos

      ... once or twice, they decided to go for it. They also wanted to have 72 cannons - as an aside:

      Interesting thing - did you know that around this time, because cannons were so expensive, a lot of ships had a variety of cannons with different size ammunition? To make it better, all of the cannon balls were usually mixed up in the lowest level of the ship. With all of the gunpowder, you wouldn't go down there with a blazing light, ...