Renstierna Hotel

Address: Renstiernas Gata 15, Stockholm, Stockholm, 116 28, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Södermalm area of Stockholm, is near Fjallgatan, Stockholm City Museum (Stadsmuseet), Filmstaden Soder, and Van der Nootska palatset.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Vilnius to Stockholm

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 29, 2015

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... 2003, fell in love, and had very pleasant memories so always wanted to come back. Central Station was very clean and bustling. I wanted to find something to eat first before heading into town. I remember Sweden was a bit pricey but large portions. There should be something to eat in the station.


Slush and more slush

A travel blog entry by plspoon on Feb 01, 2015

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... the parks or gardens but unfortunately everything we want to see is on a street or by a footpath. It rained/sleeted/snowed all day without a stop. But it wasn't particularly cold and one could just about do without gloves if needed. We did notice that not many people use umbrellas, I suppose because it isn't really wet rain, but rather icy sleet or snow so it doesn't seem to make you wet in the same way as rain. ...


A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 01, 2014

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... place, it’s a tribute to alcohol! There wasn’t much to it, but they had interesting exhibits on album cover art and Sweden’s reputation as a sinful place (think 70’s sex and porn).
Skansen was next. We walked around for a couple hours and toured a glassworking shop, a belt-driven carpentry shop and mechanical workshop from the 20’s, saw lots of different houses and homesteads from the 1800’s, and more. It was a good glimpse into ...

Stockholm, Sweden

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 30, 2014

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... Vasa left Stockholm harbor on her maiden voyage. The journey lasted about fifteen minutes. The Vasa top heavy, with not enough ballast, sank in the harbor. Oops!

Welcome to the Vasa Museum. Sitting on bottom of the harbor, it took 333 years, 1961, before technology permitted 98% of the ship to be salvaged and reconstructed. Today it sits in a museum built exclusively for its famous occupant.


Stockholm Syndrome

A travel blog entry by brandontrustee on Jul 15, 2014

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... banquet is held; a walking tour of the old town; a visit to the Royal Palace state rooms and the Vasa Museum. The tour also included a Swedish meatball lunch stop, at of all places a British pub and some shopping time in the old town. Tonight we set sail back to Copenhagen, tomorrow will be a day at see to relax so no more updates until Thursday when we disembark and fly to Iceland for our last few ...