Travel Blogs from Bromma
... it is well-nigh impossible to see a house that is in a poor state of repair – from the humblest to the grandest, they are all in perfect condition.
After a couple of hours, as we were passing a tiny uninhabited but wooded island called Furuskar, we spotted our first white tailed sea eagle this year, a pair in fact. They were being harassed by greater black-backed gulls but were blithely ignoring them. Julie tried photographing them and ...
... stop into a supermarket to look at the types of food etc. oops found some Swedish chocolate. Little hungry so time for chocolate. It is very nice might be equal par with Belgium. Better than the cadburys I had in England. Very nice Swedish creamy chocolate. Had an enjoyable walk around old town. Little cobblestone streets and lots of ice cream shops. Everyone again was eating ...
... most complex riffs on a miniature guitar. We were fixated on him as the melody changed to the familiar tune of Michael Jackson's "Beat It" which resulted in the three of us singing Michael Jackson for the rest of the day.
When we arrived at the new hotel, we were greeted by our fourth cabin-mate, Diego. As the only girl, this of course meant that I had self-appointed bathroom privileges in the morning. The rest of the night turned out to be a bit of a bust since we could ...
... It's too detailed to go into here, but needless to say, it made me want to be an archeologist... And it really is a "must see"! From the Vasa it was onto the Skansen, an open air museum showcasing historical buildings from all over Sweden. It also houses a zoo and an aquarium as well as stage for concerts. Again, we were blown away. The preservation of the buildings and the grounds surrounding them was incredible. Entire farmsteads were moved, log by ...
A fine sunny day as we cruised up through the 35,000 odd islands that make up the archipelago leading to Stockholm. In all it took 4 hours from entering the channel, but for the inward journey unseen by most. We docked at 0830 but because of the queuing and a slow start it was 0930 before we cleared the cruise terminal armed with 24hour transport passes obtained for SK80 (US$13) each (with discount for seniors). Got a #76 bus in to the centre then walked ...
Other places to stay in Bromma
Brommaplan , Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $111
Norrbyvagen 30, Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $120
Kvarnbacksvagen 135, Bromma | 3 star hotelfrom $102
Margretelundsvagen 125, Bromma | Hotelfrom $200
Akeshovs Slott 1, Bromma | Hotelfrom $151
Ulvsundavagen 193C, Bromma | 4 star hotelfrom $109