Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm
Travel Blogs from Solna
... half hours at Sandhamn, a summer vacation village. Summer for them finished last weekend so most of the traditional brown/red houses were vacant. We walked around taking photos and enjoyed sitting in the sun before returning three hours later. A very relaxed day after all. Back in Stockholm it actually rained - well drizzled anyway, not bad for almost two weeks of ...
... can say much less impressed, but still enjoyed herself.
Stockholm is a beautiful, humming metropolis, with a busy downtown core, tons of shopping and people wandering the streets. We hit up the main downtown shopping district and worked our way to the old town island for some architecture and cobblestone. I was interested to learn that there are rivers running all over the city and that they are not actually rivers, but ...
... town, by where the royal wedding was to take place and by some of the most noted shopping places in Stockholm, then we were back to the hotel and the rest of the day was ours to explore where ever we wanted. We decided to join the throng of tourist and visit the oldest part of the city. The gave us an opportunity to window shop, and to look up and down narrow alleys . Tomorrow we leave Stockholm and drive through the country side, going ...
... our modern way of racing against the clock, this perfecting of the craft is admirable. I felt compelled to do justice to their efforts and spent time looking carefully at each one.
The Nordic Museum focusses on Swedish culture (includes free audio guide). Again, I could easily transport myself into the past with table settings over the past five centuries and small personal items (candle holders, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility