Sastaholm Hotell & Konferens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The Korean embassy hosted a cultural night with seminars, performances, and FREE FOOD. I went with my favorite Swedes Christoffer, Anneli, and Victoria. The venue was Timmermansgården, a small building in Södermalm. There were quite a lot of people there when we arrived about 20 minutes before 6! We had some refreshments before settling down towards the front of the hall, where wooden chairs-- which were very uncomfortable as we soon found out-- were packed in. The ambassador gave ...
... themes in a class that has withheld the test of time... it's nice!
Tonight has been fun! I'm not sure what makes it different, but I've met a couple really cool travelers. Then between 1-2am, a bunch of travelers who took Ryanair from Milan to Stockholm rolled into the hostel. There were 5 different groups ranging from a solo traveler to a group of 11! They were all Italians except one American girl studying in Milan. So ...
... notify Anneli with the free wifi! It was only a 30 minute ride to "the countryside". I passed some sleepy residential areas with simple apartments and shops. Bro itself was a small town of town houses. It wasn't as boonies-like as Anneli had me believe! There were more than two shops and the roads were paved, haha. She came to pick me up from the station in her little red car. Her daughter was in the backseat. I was told she's 16 and into Korean pop culture, so I have been very ...
... as hipster bikes in the US. We started riding down the street. Fortunately, Stockholm has a bike lane. Unfortunately, there are wayy too many red lights! We first went through smaller streets and went to a park that had an Astrid Lingren memorial. She's a children's book author, most famous for Pipi Longstockings. We also stopped at the intersection between Olof Palmer gatan and Sveavägen. Olof Palmer was a ...
... we gave our clothes off at 10.30 and didn't get them back until 2:30pm. We couldn't even leave the hostel as we gave them all of our clothes. Maybe not the smartest idea. We just had to deal with our sweat pants and overly large t-shirts, I mean with a cap on backwards and some sneakers we could have pulled of the gangster look. Our roomies came in and saw us still in the room and in the same clothes. They bagged us out and gave us a lecture for a good 5 minutes about how we ...