Sarsta Wardshus

Address: Knivsta, Knivsta, Uppland, Swedish Lakeland, 74100, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Knivsta, Knivsta, is near Gamla Uppsala and Uppsala Castle (Uppsala Slott).
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Travel Blogs from Knivsta


A travel blog entry by vickia on Jul 07, 2015

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... their lungs out as they enjoyed themselves filled the air. We followed the crowds, shedding clothes as we went as by this time the sun was shining merrily and we were cooking! We headed in the right direction, but took the long way around the museum to find the entrance. Alas, the line was long, 25 metres at least, so we lined up and waited, after 20 minutes we flashed our Oslo passes and were in. The Vasa was Sweden’s new state of the art 28-gun warship in 1628. ...

Fika and more

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Mar 29, 2015

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... life in the US, and now that I have decided to continue living in the US for at least the next decade, I appreciate hearing from older and wise and well-travelled SWEDES thinking about moving to America. I appreciate hearing from well-travelled older people in general. I think the couple would fit in totally well in a nice part of Florida. I can see them living in my parents' neighborhood and playing golf and talking about children.

Afterwards, Christoffer and ...

Holiday party

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 09, 2014

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... minutes too long! Then Anneli led us through a series of malls, so we could get moving without walking outside the whole time. Hanging out with Anneli and Victoria is always an adventure xD Then we had an office (?) party at a French restaurant called Landet. It's in a southern part of Stockholm. Six of us left from the hostel together and took the t-bana. We got off at a station called Telefonplan. We spotted ...

Chicken and vegetable soup

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 07, 2014

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... tasted my soup and improved it by adding some spices. Then he told me what I should get from the grocery store: more chicken, cilantro and garlic. And so I did and let the soup sit for like two more hours, and oh my god, it tasted great!!! Thank you, sous chef Chris from San Francisco!!! In between the cooking, I went over to the yoga studio. Emelie (that's how you spell it) welcomed me. I lot some candles and loaded the dishwasher-- ...

Stockholm to Kobehavn

A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 11, 2014

... hop off was not nearly as informative as in London, and I would so liked to have learned more about the history of Sweden. First travel lesson learnt..research, research, research. These countries all offer free health care, and education. Many include a cooked lunch as part of the school day. From what I understand many major companies are based in Stockholm because of their innovative approach. Many ...