Scandic Hotel Star Sollentuna

Address: Aniaraplatsen 8, Sollentuna, Stockholm, 19121, Sweden | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Aniaraplatsen 8, Sollentuna, is near Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Aurora Sky Station, Ulriksdal Palace, and Kungsleden.
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      Travel Blogs from Sollentuna

      Stockholm Film Festival

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... the country side. You kiss the photo of your crush, and you will be together.. or something. Except girls start kissing this one photo and disappearing/dying... So two girls set out to solve the mystery. It wasn't too scary. I got a little bored midway through when only the mystery was presented, but it became more interesting as possible suspects and clues became apparent. Afterwards, there was a Q&A in Japanese/English (oh yeah, the movie also ...

      Historika museet (history museum)

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... better! I do know a decent amount of Spanish, but with Swedish learning, it gets really tricky. Like, the -ar ending for a verb is a present tense in Swedish but an infinitive in Spanish. It's the other way around for -a endings. Oh yeah, I got way overeager with recycling and accidentally threw out Olle and Ronnie's beers (just the contents obviously, the cans are safely stored in my bag, haha!). They laughed it off, but I feel bad and will get them Swedish candy or ...

      Stockholm!!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 21, 2014

      ... I asked for directions... It was supposed to only be 2 blocks, but I ended up taking a pretty roundabout way (to see the city obviously... or maybe I just got a tad disoriented). I got a little taste of Drotting gatan which is like Stockholm's Karl Johan street (or was it Johan Karlsson) in Oslo. It's pedestrian and has many shops and restaurants. At 9:30 on a Sunday, the street only had a handful of beggars and seemingly diligent elderly people.

      The ...

      9 weeks in and loving it!

      A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 10, 2014

      11 photos

      ... plan. As soon as we stepped on the bridge it started to hail and hard. It was also incredibly windy and the sidewalk was crazy icy. We nearly slipped over many times, trying to dodge the brown icy slush that the cars and trucks were spraying. Finally we made it over and to our horror the cathedral was shut until the late afternoon and there was nothing for us to do on this side of the island. After the death stares from Leandra died down a little as it was my idea to walk over ...

      Day 31 – Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Sep 02, 2013

      99 photos

      ... first. It was an old building with large halls inside fronting a large courtyard, gardens, and waterfront. Stockholm, like Geneva, was a very expensive city so we were "picking our battles" or attractions to spend money to see. City Hall had an entrance fee so we chose to appreciate the outdoor segments and not venture inside. Inside, though, is the where they host the big banquet after each Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony. Back outside, we walked around the courtyard ...