Sastaholm Hotell & Konferens
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sastaholm Hotell & Konferens Taby
Travel Blogs from Taby
... group was due to meet at 7 pm. At our group meeting we met our guide Janis from Latvia. There others in our group were from Switzerland, Holland, Austria, Germany and the Netherlands. English and German will be used by the guide. Tomorrow our bus will have 36 people including some more Australians. Warnings were given about drinking water from small towns and villages. We had a meal in ...
... cafeteria, where we got a ridiculously cheap meal. Of course we had to get the meatballs, which tasted (you guessed it) exactly like they do at home. It wasn't exactly a life-changing experience, but now when we're walking around the IKEA in Tampa we can haughtily roll our eyes and say, "You should see the one in Stockholm" haha We really loved the restaurant we ate at when we started our trip, so we decided to finish it there too. Chelsea and I held the menu in ...
... the road from the fashion museum is the oldest theme park in Sweden. It's no Disney World, but they have an enormous set of swings that spin in a circle and go hundreds of feet in the air. You must get an incredible view of the city! We wanted to go pretty bad but couldn't justify spending fifty bucks to ride a swing. Curse you budget! Right next to the themepark is the ABBA museum. We took some pretty great pictures around the gift shop with Mamma Mia blasting in the ...
... are all linked by bridges, walk-ways and motorways. The Royal Palace and the 13th C Riddar Holmen Church - burial site for all Swedish Kings and Queens (similar to Roskilde) were two of the main sites we visited. A long and winding walk through alleys and little shopping streets to our Hotel at the southern tip of Gamla Stan. Gamla Stan is the world's best preserved Medieval city ...
... the more dramatic. The evening was a formal one so we dressed for dinner then went to a show given by a wonderful pianist. Off to bed as we lose an hour of sleep & arrive in Helsinki tomorrow. Love you all! PS. Turned in 270 Krona & got back $39.66! Of course they buy back for less & won't exchange coins!