Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm
Travel Blogs from Solna
... a bit. I ditch it on days lots of walking will be done as it causes all sorts of other problems with my feet! Anyways, we decided to have dinner at a restaurant facing the Vasa Museum along the water on Skeppsholmen. I had fish and Chips and a glass of wine for dinner. It was delicious! We then made our way back walking back over to Gamla Stan to the Metro to head back to the hotel. Once at the hotel I got a huge bag of ice to ice my feet and spent a couple hours doing ...
... As such it was an affluent community and its’ affluence was further assured when, with the coming of the middle classes and the invention pf seaside vacations, it became the first and obvious place to build a summer cottage. Some of these 'cottages’ were large enough to become small hotels in later years, so they weren’t all modest little dwellings by any means. Various famous people hail from these parts or have houses here, eg Britt Ekland, August ...
... our way to the moose we saw wolves, lynxes (is that a word?) and bears. One huge bear saw us up on a ledge looking down at it and climbed a tree trunk so it could look right back. I had no idea they could climb trees so fast but now I know that if one of these things chases you in the woods you might as well just give up because you WILL die. It stood at the top of the tree trunk, balancing its hulking weight on what couldn't have been wider than a basketball. Those ...
... a half) so while Bill, Sven, and I waited for our flight, we were able to reminisce about the trip with the rest of our friends. November 20, 2013 markets the Luleň Tekniska Universitet Takeover of the Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
As my semester here in Sweden is wrapping up, I have become a bit of a mess and am more appreciative and sappy towards my friends than usual. I met Bill and Sven four months ago, in line to get my student card, and as soon as the three of us ...
... We arrived in Stockholm on time and I, having convinced myself it was easy enough, walked to the ferry port. It's a couple of km, maybe a bit more, and you stroll through the bustling pedestrian area of Gamla Stan before heading left the other side. My shoulders felt it a little, especially as once you reach the port you have to walk the length of it to get to the passenger terminal, but given that it is 30sek to take the metro to Slussen then walk the last km, or 70 for ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility