Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm Solna
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... on a now defunct SIM back. Add the Europe SIM card to the list of losses. The hostel manager recommended a restaurant in town for Swedish food called Hubertues which apparently had a 100 kroner "menu" of Swedish food (a menu is usually two courses, or one course with a side and a drink or whatever), so I planned to go there for dinner. In my room I met a couple of guys from Canada who were heading into town, and so we walked in together. On the ...
... 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 ...
... ve included the best photo– not wonderful I’m afraid.
We arrived at the crowded marina of Bullandö by 14:30 and it only took us 15 minutes to ascertain that there were no washing machines – in fact there was no building to house them, as they were supposedly constructing a new one, so one step worse than Dalarö where at least they existed! I don’t know what it is about marinas and all things to do with the sea but ...
... to the hostel. I took my shoes off right away because they smell like death and need to air out as much as possible before we're in a confined space again. If they don't get any better by tomorrow our flight to Hungary is going to be a terrifyingly unpleasant experience for every passenger aboard Norwegian flight 4487. I'm still full from the meatballs but you-know-who is hungry again and staring at me, begging me to be done with this so we can eat. I see a kebab in my ...
... permanent collection of Dali, Warhol et al. The island itself was really nice too. There was also a fashion exhibition of the works of Jean Paul Gaultier.
Stockholm feels kind of like living in the future to me. Everything seems slightly better organised, slightly cleaner, than other places I've been. The city discourages the sale of bottled water for environmental reasons. Everyone rides bikes. They are aiming for a ...