Sabima Hotel

Address: Västerled 14, Bromma, Stockholm, 161 15, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Bromma

Firsts

A travel blog entry by ngbaoyi on Dec 18, 2014

Slept at 10:30am to watch drama. super heavy snow ytd, amazing view outside my window. Cook lunch and dinner at 5am, went school straight after that for 8am lesson. Need to be in school till 5pm today. Hope I'll still be alive by the end of today ...

La la continued

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 24, 2014

I went to Centralbadet today. It was so relaxing as usual! (Well, it's only my second time, but yeah). The hostel has gone back to its low season status as of today, so hopefully it's quiet tonight! Unni and I looked up when the sun sets in northern Sweden, and it said it set at 1:18pm today. After rising at 9am. And it's only November, so... ...

Korean film week

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 28, 2014

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... top home cooks in Sweden!!! I also got a membership card and tickets for the Stockholm Film Festival (values at 380 kr, or $55!!). YAY FREE HOOK UPS. Then I met with Christoffer, Anneli and Victoria (my favorite Swedes!). There is a Korean Film Week going on at Filmhuset, a movie theater in Östermalm that had a lot of special film viewings, like previews and obscure foreign films. They are having free viewings of "The Thieves" today and Thursday ...

Spa Day!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 30, 2014

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Last night was surprisingly quiet! A little too quiet maybe. There were people in the cafe until 1:30am or so, and then afterwards, it was dead silent in the hostel! Perhaps there were more people hanging out in the hostel last week because of the dreary weather. It's around 55 degrees and sunny now. We watched Jalla! Jalla! a Swedish comedy about erectile dysfunction yesterday. It was hilarious and well-made, I thought. Then today, I decided to check ...

Dirty Old Ladies and a Super Trouper

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 16, 2014

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... of taking the metro. I had absolutely zero anticipation built up for Stockholm and expected it to be pretty boring, but it has really blown me away. The architecture is unique and incredibly varied. The skyline is full of beautiful spires, turned green over time. The language seems quirky and fun; we can figure out what many signs say because they sometimes look really similar to English, just with ten extra letters thrown in :) The Old Town is particularly beautiful. ...

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