Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel, Stockholm
Travel Blogs from Arlandastad
So it was a little strange sending Gazoo back to the rental place, when you have a car you feel more freedom I guess. We realized that now we will be walking everywhere again and to be honest kind of like it
We took the last day in Iceland to walk around Reykjavik and do a little shopping and put the tent in a box to …
Dublin to Stockholm, via London. Now Sweden is cold! business one day and sight seeing the next. We took the train from the airport and walked to the palace, along the waterfront and then through town to the train station. We came upon ice skating in the park on our way back, but we were to beat to rent skates.
Not a real friendly place, especially after Ireland.
We have often passed the Armemuseum and Lars has always resisted a visit using that quote! But today he relented when we say the rainbow pride flags at the entrance. Obviously this isn't a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" place!
We were lucky to arrive just a few minutes before a tour in English was to begin so we had the benefit of a good guide and wonderful insight into the ...
... m glad we’re well clear of that place. There is no chance of us ever visiting there again!!’
On the other hand, if you like what you see there is nothing stopping you from adding it to your bucket list and returning one day for a longer stay.
During our first every cruise around the Baltic in 2009, Stockholm was added to our bucket list. I had been in Stockholm many times before but for Roisin it was her first visit. Because we only had a limited time, ...
... the harbourside for a look. Brenda spotted our canal boat being provisioned for the next day. Continued around and got off at the Vasa Museum.
The Vasa is an old wooden man 'o war that sunk in Stockholm harbour on its maiden sea trial.
It was meant as a show of wealth and power. It was so ornately carved and decorated that it was just too top heavy. It sat in the mud until the 1960s when it was raised and preservation and exhibition works ...