Travel Blogs from Bromma
... and ascertained that they did have a machine so we set off. However, we couldn’t find it! We had the latitude & longitude so we knew where it should be, but all that was there was a small private pier, right next to several Swedish coastguard vessels in a coastguard facility. There was a harbour a few hundred yards away, so we thought 'typo’ and went in there. The entrance was extremely narrow, made more so by a moored boat in ...
... to meet our guide. It's shockingly large and open with distinctly different rooms. At the main entrance you're given a distinct feeling of Italy. In another room every wall is covered with golden tiles and mosaics, and in still another the walls are draped in four hundred year old French tapestries. This building is where the Nobel laureates eat and celebrate after the ceremony, and the rooms were built with that in mind. Over 1,300 people are served in less than ...
... my friends and I would do--it's great to know that I've grown up!)
Monday and Tuesday, November 18 and 19, 2013 (Days 4 and 5):
The moments leading up to the boat's departure from Stockholm were full of anticipated excitement as jokes, songs, and stories went flying past each other in a colorful whirlwind of different languages. This was an event attended by students from all across the world and here we were, gathered in one space, without any idea of what was in ...
... day on our walk and it was really neat to get the history one of the workers owns one and told me that you go on a waiting list for the spot these days. She owns the cottage but rents the land. She said that there are 450 people on the waiting list just for her spot! They are brilliant little places and a very unique way of feeding the poor (at the time). Today it is a fantastic way for city dwellers to have a little bit of Country at their doorstep. ...
... and preserved in the 1960s and 70s. A huge ship, with many artefacts also recovered it was a very interesting though brief look around. Back via the #7 tram again to capture the view from the City Hall tower at 1355. Whilst there was a lift to about half way, we walked up the staircases taking about 7 minutes to reach the observation deck. The view of the City was great and on this fine, calm sunny day unimpeded by smog or heat haze. We were later ...
Other places to stay in Bromma
Brommaplan , Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $111
Norrbyvagen 30, Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $120
Kvarnbacksvagen 135, Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $102
Margretelundsvagen 125, Bromma | Hotelfrom $200
Akeshovs Slott 1, Bromma | Hotelfrom $151
Ulvsundavagen 193C, Bromma | 4 star hotelfrom $109