Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm Solna
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... me going too far). There was a bike lane for much of the way, and I didn't have any other bikes in my vicinity. There weren't many hills either, so it felt safe and easy!
I got there a little past 3, and the meeting wasn't until 5:15. So I walked around Saint Eriksson street, which seemed to be a big shopping street in the area. A lot of boutiques and restaurants and stuff like that. Nothing too fancy. I asked this lady if she knew where ...
... was quite spectacular and had loads of interesting information and detail. We lost each other a couple of times the place was so big. We got back on the bus and went to the Abba museum but decided not to go in as we thought we would have seen it all on the TV a hundred times over. It costs to go into everything here, in comparison to London where so many of the museums are free. We got back to the room and watched a bit of 'game of ...
... televisions looking at matches in Brazil.
Friend's Arena is very nice. Soon there will also be a new mall next door claiming to be the largest in Scandinavia. I guess eventually the fans can watch guilt free while their spouses/significant others are shopping at the same time!!!
We found our seats easily and enjoyed taking in the surroundings, particularly noting the arrival and enthusiasm of the Black ...
Bags were out at 8:00 AM and we went to the restaurant for breakfast. Wrong decision. Everyone in the hotel was at the buffet and it was very crowded. After breakfast Steve iced his knee and I walked to the Central Station. We took the 11:45 AM bus to the pier where we boarded the ship. It was very well organized. We toured the ship and went to the Observation Lounge. Our suite is great - very large with a lot of storage. It is a bit dated ...
... and in fact, that it actually did. What would it have been like to have been in that situation? How awful. I found myself thinking more than I have ever done before of the human impact as we made our way around the city. The Berliner Dom - Berlin Cathedral - is Berlin’s largest and most important Protestant church as well as the sepulchre of the Prussian Hohenzollern dynasty. This outstanding high-renaissance baroque monument has linked ...