Travel Blogs from Bromma
... across and there were a few ice skaters out but I don't think I would have been game to go out...it looked pretty thin in parts..! The kids tried throwing ice and sticks as far out on the ice to see who could slide it the furthest...a variant on rock skimming for these parts! As the sun was going down (it was 2:30) we needed to walk back the 20-30 min to the bus stop through the park before it got dark...we caught the 2 buses back home...we ...
... sang Korean ballad with very good pronunciations. This one I was very impressed with!!! She has potentials!! I congratulated her afterwards and told her she should go to Korea and make something happen. She gave a shy laugh and said she's working and saving up money to go!! Good for her! Then a Korean lady from the embassy gave a performance of geomungo (a traditional Korean string instrument) and Chang (traditional Korean vocal song). she wore a beautiful hanbok, and I thought ...
... went over all that in the previous sessions. It was a relaxing way to get back to yoga! Afterwards I took a shower and did some karma yoga. I hung out in the reception area with Emily and another receptionist-- I forget her name, but she is hilarious!! They are both Swedish and really fun and funny. And they made me feel really welcome and appreciated! So yeah, I'm so glad I'm doing this :D Oh yeah, so H&M has been hardcore advertising the coming of the ...
... with a drawing of that location's building.. Seem a little too elaborate to me, but maybe it's like a collector's edition thing. Maybe I need to get on that. I told the librarian that I liked the Kungsholmen library's better, and she tried to sell me the orange one saying it says the name of some famous author or something. Meh! Then later in the day, I went on a bike ride down Kungsholmen, and I hit the library there. I went into see the bag and omg. It was the SAME ...
Hej Hej! We went to Kristianstad Friday to see the Åkesson family who hosted Julia's friend during exchange and who's daughter Caroline went to NZ on exchange. So Brad had also met Caroline when she visited NZ a year ago, so it was good for him to see a familiar face! Julia was very fond of Cutty and Cilla, so there was no question about going for a visit. It was a two hour train ride east of where we had been staying in Gantofta. We had a great dinner at home with ...
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
Akeshofsgardsvag 8, Bromma | Hotelfrom $151
Ulvsundavagen 193, Bromma | 4 star hotelfrom $109