Travel Blogs from Bromma
If I was living here I could buy my Christmas tree on the corner around the block. They will trim it just as you want it. You choose one from the row lined up. The real mistletoe hanging above makes it even more exciting. Think bright red berries and cute little santas hidden in pot plants. Bulbs in pots all lined up in a row. Wreaths are full and green with just the right amount of jewelled berries... This place is made for Christmas. The ...
... even started, haha. They don't put enough butter in their popcorn here! And they don't have butter pumps neither for the workers nor the guests. So I got a butter flavored salt seasoning thing they sell at the cash register, and it made the popcorn taste better. I need dem buttery popcorn!!
Oh yeah, we also checked out an antique bookstore that was HUGE. I would've gotten a book if they weren't like 20 bucks for a used, yellowing book! But it was fun to look around ...
... meant it was a popular book. It's basically an anxious inner monologue of a Swedish boy Måns who wants to kiss this girl Emma. Kind of weird and cute I guess. It is at my reading level (so like.. 5-7 years old). Christoffer read the book to me, which was really sweet! (Both the story itself and him reading it to me). It was pretty cutesy and normal except one part where the boy sees two girls kissing at a bus station. It was mentioned nonchalantly in the book, and I ...
... chowed down on some good ol Swedish burgers and fries. We were sitting next to a lady with a baby, and I was going to ask her to take a picture of us for us. She seemed preoccupied with feeding her baby though, so I asked another person. Then later, the lady came over and asked that if her baby was in the picture, please delete it. I was like, wtf?? No, I politely said the baby is not in the picture and she need not worry. Then I noticed she had moved her seat to ...
... Lord of the Rings) you felt as if you were in a fairytale. The natural surrounds, incredible. As for my preconceived idea regarding the Swedes love for meatballs, a definite fact! A delicacy in Sweden if you will. But not the only delicacy. Swedes also love and love to eat (daily) sausages (covered in tomato sauce), pasta (again covered in tomato sauce), cheese, ham, herring (a tinned fish ...
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