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

Hallyu (Korean culture) night

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 05, 2014

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The Korean embassy hosted a cultural night with seminars, performances, and FREE FOOD. I went with my favorite Swedes Christoffer, Anneli, and Victoria. The venue was Timmermansgården, a small building in Södermalm. There were quite a lot of people there when we arrived about 20 minutes before 6! We had some refreshments before settling down towards the front of the hall, where wooden chairs-- which were very uncomfortable as we soon found out-- were packed in. The ambassador gave ...


A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 10, 2014

... by straining out the liquid and adding spaghetti, teriyaki sauce, and soy sauce. Christoffer had some and was like, "Wow, you should make this again! It's WAY better than the soup!" Then he realized that wasn't the right thing to say and corrected himself to saying that he likes everything I've made, this dish is particularly good. Haha.

Christoffer wasn't feeling too well either, so I gave ...

Dinner at a Swedish home!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 12, 2014

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... Anneli said. It looked very cozy and cute! They kept saying how messy and old and blah blah it is, but I thought it was so nice! I met David, Anneli's 22 year old son, and Victoria the daughter gave me a tour of the house. It had more rustic, cute elements than an American household. Like it wasn't overstocked with electronics and unnecessary decorations. It could just be their home. Anneli and Victoria did say a couple times they weren't the typical Swedes (I mean... Anneli ...

Bike tour fun!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 23, 2014

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... Wallenberg still had to operate under Sweden's neutrality policy... then this older Japanese lady who was with her daughter asked what neutral meant. So another girl in the group tried to explain that it was like being in the middle, not on one side or the other. And the lady was like, hmm.... OH! (light bulb) LIKE JAPAN! And the rest of us were like, no no nooo. And when she realized what was going on, she looked so down, it was kind of sad :( The ...

Dirty Old Ladies and a Super Trouper

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 16, 2014

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... traffic and stop lights. Chelsea had a pretty hard time keeping pace with everybody but it worked out great; I could hit it hard at the front while Brittany had an excuse to take it easy and keep Chelsea company. I have a whole new appreciation for bike tours and would definitely be up for doing it again. So many people get around on bikes as it is that you never feel out of place and we covered way more ground than we would've on foot. The guide taught us so much about ...