Scandic Hotel Bromma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... at O'Leary's for AUS $11. They are a sports bar, but they only show soccer - they didn't even know about the Geelong v Hawthorn game! Stockholm is FULL of museums. My next stop was the Spirit Museum, mainly about Absolut. I did the quiz at the end and was told very politely that only 78% of the previous contestants knew more than me!
Next a visit to the craft beer tent, it's okay but ...
... The hotel has borrowed its name from Nelson's British ship, but all the rooms are named after a Swedish sea captain. Every room contains photos, memorabilia and interesting facts about the captain that the room is named after, including a model of his ship. Our room is named after Cpt. Per Cronberg 1812-1879 who must have captained the British steam yacht "the Fairy". We can't find anything else about our good captain. But the room is good, not large but a great king ...
Stockholm, the capital and largest city in Sweden, is a major commercial, manufacturing, financial, transportation and cultural center. With its many waterways and parklands, beautiful Stockholm is often called the "city that floats". The region has been inhabited for centuries, but it wasn't until the middle of the 13th century that the city was officially established. The ride into port this morning was reminiscent of the Maine coast; not as rugged, ...
Sorry for being MIA these past few days, I'v been busy and had spotty wifi!
This past weekend a group of 8 girls ventured to Stockholm, Sweden for our first weekend travel trip. We flew Norwegian Air and stayed in Solna, a suburb only two metro stops from the city. We stayed in an AirBnB, which is a middle man website where people can advertise their homes, condos, apartments etc for travelers to rent. This was my first experience with AirBnB and ...
... girl and wait for a pause, then go talk to her. The second Japanese lady turned out to be the translator. The director was so nice!! I didn't really have anything technical or meaningful to ask, so I just took a picture with her and went away, haha. Then we got in line, which multiplied exponentially. The movie was sold out apparently! But the theater only had like 4 rows... haha. It was very cozy. The movie was about a "curse" at an all girls Catholic ...