Sarsta Wardshus

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

Sailing the Baltic Sea

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Jun 28, 2014

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... a terrible selection of other channels. The muster call was at 4:15 PM. At 5:00 PM we set sail and watched from the Observation Lounge. Steve got us the best seats in the lounge, which was packed. We had dinner in La Veranda, the buffet and Italian restaurant and it was very good. After a sunny morning, the weather turned overcast and cool. We had an early evening since we still had jet lag from the night before and hadn't gotten much ...

Tack, Sverige!

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Jun 05, 2014

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... course a burger is still an outrageous nine dollars, but when you're going from sixteen in Norway Sweden seems downright budget-friendly! After a groggy nap we walked just a couple of blocks to a traditional Swedish restaurant that's been open for more than a hundred years. The interior was beautifully decorated, the service was excellent, and the prices were...well, less than Norway :) I finally broke down and got the pork knuckle (they call it pork knee ...

Dirty Old Ladies and a Super Trouper

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... we had carelessly walked past just yesterday, and thanks to her we know where to head first tomorrow. Right after the bike tour we started walking to the museum that was on the top of our must-see list: the Vasa. We picked up a French hot dog on the way (man I love those things) and then passed through numerous climate-controlled rooms to get to the holy grail of shipwrecks (well, Swedish shipwrecks anyway). The Vasa was a massive war ship built in the early 1600's. It ...


A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 03, 2013

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... there were about 50 - 60 people) was really good and informative, and we got to see all of the highlights of the old city. The area around the castle reminded me very much of the castle in Prague, down to the castle guard in traditional garb. The big difference here was that he was carrying an assault rifle! We enjoyed a spectacular sunset while walking back to our hotel. It was a really lovely afternoon/ evening, and I feel like I really got to see a lot of ...

1st Day of Odyssey Tour

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 13, 2013

... which the Vasa museum is located. The tape pointed out various points of interest; we passed through a canal; and passed over the spot where the Vasa sank before returning to the dock. After the tour, we walked back to the old town section where we toured the chapel in the palace. We then went over to the Stockholm Cathedral and toured the inside, seeing the statue of St. George slaying the Dragon among other objects. We then found a bookstore so I could purchase a Swedish ...