Travel Blogs from Bromma
... to visit Stockholm is to visit niece Grace. She is doing well. We went to her flat and she prepared a 3 course traditional meal. Pea & ham soup with mustard, salmon with dill and then chocolate cake. Please don't ask me the Swedish names of this, enough to say that it was all delicious.
Tomorrow we look around the old part of the city and then on Monday its off to Ireland.. ...
... for the Germans who came to the city to trade. Beautiful rich interior, and if we returned by 14.00 John could climb the tower! After we’d finished in the church we walked back through the Ironmongers Square, stopping at Sundbergs Konditori, “the oldest confectionary shop in Stockholm” where we had coffee and one of the less sugar loaded confections from a very extensive range thereof! As we were having our coffee a tall older Swedish man arrived, took his seat ...
... Alfred Nobel was a chemist, engineer and industrialist from Stockholm who left the bulk of his fortune to fund the yearly prizes in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace. I'm only sorry that we didn't have more time to spend in this gorgeous port. This afternoon we head to Fredericia, Denmark. Tonight at dinner we saw two surfaced submarines running alongside the ship. The people at our table speculated that they must be ...
... to leave we were asked to check out at 12pm for the next guest. All in all it was worth the 30$ we paid, but it was quite an interesting experience. At least they had fabulous shower pressure!
Saturday- We took a free two hour walking tour of the city and learned about 20th century history of Stockholm. We were told stories of Gustav the King and his daughter (?) Christina who laid the foundation of gender equality in Stockholm. One of the reasons being that ...
... subtitles). People were asking questions that could only be asked by film students (e.g. "The film was shot with a 16mm camera. What inspired you to do that and what additional process did it entail?" ...What?? I was almost waiting for her to say it was the cheapest camera on the market, but she said it was for artistic reasons...). I thought it was a really fun experience, and I'm glad I got a chance to go! I hope to see one or two more films in the ...
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
Akeshofsgardsvag 11, Bromma | Hotelfrom $151
Ulvsundavagen 193, Bromma | 4 star hotelfrom $109