Rosersbergs Slottshotell

Address: 203 Slottsvaegen, Stockholm, Stockholm, 195 95, Sweden | Hotel
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          The Doomed Pride of Sweden

          A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 31, 2015

          38 photos

          I get on the ferry and I am quite impressed. I don't know what I was expecting but this is very similar to the long haul cruise liners you spend a week vacationing on. It's got multiple restaurants, a few shops, a photo booth, a nightclub and even a theater. Oh and of course the casino- no cruise ship would be complete without the ability to gamble at any hour!

          We spend the first couple of hours zigzagging through islets and islands. ...

          No present like the time

          A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Aug 16, 2015

          5 photos

          ... the afternoon we walked around Sodermalm island (Stockholm is made of islands). We visited Greta Garbo's park - nice spot, then a park covered in artificial grass where we had ice cream. The sun was out so the Swedes were sun baking again. Time for dinner so we had traditional Thai takeaway- again eating in the park in the hot afternoon sun - there was a concert in the park but with ...

          More Stockholm

          A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jun 30, 2015

          11 photos

          ... plus you had to listen to people asking dumb questions (yes, there is such a thing a dumb question). The movie was pretty cool and showed lots of clips of the recovery and restoration of the ship. For 17 years after they pulled it out of the mud, they didn't know what to do and just kept the wood constantly wet (by spraying it), lest it dry out and fall apart. Eventually science improved and they sprayed it with PEG...for 10 years! Any new wood is a different ...

          Recovery day plus Hop on and off to Vasa Museum

          A travel blog entry by helenstephen on May 28, 2015

          ... It feels like opening a time capsule and seeing over 300 years back. The guide said it was ironic that one of the nations biggest failures and embarrassments is now its most popular tourist attraction for both locals and visitors, with over 1 million attending every year.

          After a few hours happily wandering around the museum, we hopped back onto the bus and got dropped off near the apartment. A good day for us getting ...

          Skansen Open Air Museum

          A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 30, 2015

          45 photos

          ... till 10pm making for a very long day.

          There are similar outdoor folk heritage villages in Norway as well as Korea and some other countries. The buildings were closed for the day so ...