Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm

Address: Frosundaviks alle 15, Solna, Stockholm, 169 03, Sweden | 4 star hotel
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      Air berlin

      A travel blog entry by ngbaoyi on Dec 21, 2014

      ... and looking as panicky as me. They found the gate entrance and I'm like HENG AH. If not for them I swear I miss my flight Liao. No joke. And here it comes. Baggage security check. Must take out iPad, toiletries, take out jacket bloody hell. I running out of time alr sia. I was literally the LAST PASSENGER. After the check and packing up my stuff, I ran for the entrance, and someone from behind shout at me. Im like huh?! I turned back the airport staff was holding on to ...

      Spontaneous salsa night

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... in Sweden for months has stiffened me up!! I feel so awkward dancing. Then we all went into a big discussion about the differences in dancing/mating culture in different parts of the world. Basically, South Americans think Europeans are super stiff and can't dance. The Brits admitted to it, haha. Then the Colombian girls said people think Latinas are easy because they dance all sensually and get touchy feely when in reality ...

      Sveriges Mästerkock (MASTERCHEF SWEDEN!!!)

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 03, 2014

      6 photos

      ... tables!! I was totally geeking out even though I had seen these people for the first time just two hours ago on TV, haha. I'm not sure how much detail I can go into since I signed a non-disclosure agreement that I didn't read very carefully... But the contestants were divided into two teams and cooked Swedish dishes for us "foreign tourists". They cooked everything in the museum kitchen and brought out the food to plate in front of us. It seemed a lot more scripted and less ...

      Korean Embassy's special art exhibition

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 04, 2014

      11 photos

      ... trailing off to the side... Interestingly, I could actually SEE what he was talking about! I could see the letters, then they also formed these shapes! Crazy. Then they replaced the papers, and he put his hands into a prayer pose with his eyes closed. Then he once again squatted and intensely stroked the brush left and right, into the paper and across it. Then tada! Applause. He said this one he wrote in English... TIME. He wanted all of the audience to see ...

      Beyond the World Cup....AIK

      A travel blog entry by margogoes on Jul 12, 2014

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      ... 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 ...