Sarsta Wardshus

Address: Knivsta, Knivsta, Uppland, Swedish Lakeland, 74100, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Knivsta, Knivsta, is near Gamla Uppsala and Uppsala Castle (Uppsala Slott).
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Travel Blogs from Knivsta

Still under the weather

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 22, 2014

... exemption for another 30 days. Whew...! I guess it would have also been fine to make a quick trip to Laos to get a proper tourist visa, but I don't know yet how flexible the yoga community is. The teacher training program schedule looks intense, and I'd rather not have to worry about visas. So anyway, it looks like it will be fine...! Now if I can get out of Sweden without trouble... ...

Old Town Christmas market

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 29, 2014

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... landed on 18 which nobody had bet on! Boo. Afterwards, I made some donkatsu (Japanese fried breaded, boneless pork chops). I made the sauce and also thousand island dressing for the side salad! I was so proud of myself!! To top it off, I baked cream puffs with chocolate cream filling. I got soo impatient as it was baking, but in the end they turned out great ...

Swedish football game and Graveyard tour!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 01, 2014

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... crowd. There were so many people that the train station people had to do some traffic control and stop people from going down in order to let some people up. It was really crowded pretty much rest of the day. The cemetary has very tall stone walls surrounding its 3.2km circumference. It was quite spooky! And would have been infiintely more spooky if it weren't for all the people and strollers.

I had studied the wikipedia article as well as the cemetary's website, ...

A chill day + pub tour

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 02, 2014

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... a "dancing license" so couldn't allow people to dance. What!?!! Where is Sweden on the Freedom Index Scale!?? Apparently locals don't know about such a law because they don't dance at bars or otherwise non-designated places to begin with... I thought they were making this up to maybe stop drunk foreigners from becoming too rowdy, but no, it's a real thing. Afterwards the group headed to a club, and I retired early. Came back and had some Swedish sourdough bread and jam before passing ...

Sunny Sunday in Stockholm

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on May 25, 2014

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... of attending and soaking in sports events, I have attended two stage performances in four days. On Tuesday night, Jessie had bought us tickets to see Matilda the stage show. I am a huge fan of pretty much everything Roald Dahl, having read all of the greats when I was younger. I even hijacked the reading program for two weeks in a Year 3 class last term because I hadn't read one in a while, and we read together and completed all of our work on ...