Scandic Hotel Bromma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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The day is so short. I feel like i wake up and it's soon night. I'm not a nocturnal person, so it's difficult to gather energy. I try though. I went out to walk around, and the sun went down after an hour. I made tacos for dinner and watched Allt för Sverige. I also ran the Sweden quiz night, where one person got an astounding 3 out of 13. There are 3 answer choices for every question, and the average is 6-7 questions right out of 13... so yeah. I don't even know, ...
Almost fainted today on the train to central station. As drama addict as I am as usual, I ran for the train and the train was really packed. Wearing my pullover, trench coat and all, in such a cramped environment, I was feeling extremely unwell and I literally saw stars! Keep fidgeting around and I think people around noticed! Some kind hearted soul gave me her seat and the moment I sat down, I closed my eyes immediately, didn't even get ...
... of a Murderer" tomorrow and Friday. It's reservation only, so we made reservations a week ago or so. The movie theater was small but comfortable. "The Thieves" was like the Korean version of Oceans 11. It was over 2 hours long, but I thought it was pretty funny and good!! The acting was overdone in many places, but the movie had a stacked cast list. The Swedes seemed to enjoy it too! The subtitles were in English, and I wondered if that is trippy ...
... a nice spa on Drottninggatan, the pedestrian shopping street nearby. The hostel provides the staff with one free pass a month. Usually the admission is like 240 kr ($40). Entering the gate, there was a lush garden with a pond. The spa building was very cute. There is a gym, salon, restaurant, rooftop there in addition to the spa/sauna. You can rent everything there from towels to bathrobes to slippers. I just brought my own, though almost everyone was ...
... streets and narrow alleys always lead to something new and interesting. You can basically jump from one historical sight/monument to the next just by sight; no map required. In that respect it's a lot like Paris. Even some of the main buildings have a very Parisian feel, which we have since found out was intentional. Unfortunately we're discovering that just about all the museums close at 5pm so we didn't get to see very much yesterday. What we did see gave us some great ...