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 Night 3

      A travel blog entry by grinch on Oct 05, 2014

      ... the grinch like seagulls to fish and chips. Pecking, pushing and fighting their way in the hope of such beauty. We pushed on outside after winning some money on blackjack. Some pretty ****** conversations going on outside as we ran down the last few months and speculated on the number of diseases each of us most likely had. We were soon approached by 2 forty-something Swedish blokes. Absolute legends as he ...


      A travel blog entry by eddy.holman on Sep 06, 2014

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      ... Palace, the current residence if the Royal family. The boat cruise confirmed the beauty of Stockholm and the Palace and gardens were stunning. I was fascinated by the history and significance of the Palace rooms and the periods they represented. The weather has been just perfect and I have had two very enjoyable days. To top off a good day today we received a message from Simon to say that our luggage is being delivered to his place tomorrow. That was very welcomed ...

      All about Sweden

      A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Jun 25, 2014

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      ... I say apparently because I didn't know beforehand) for wooden horses; they're a traditional children's toy and can be found pretty much anywhere you go in Sweden, but particularly Mora is quite famous for them. So we cycled a bit over 10k or so to the town where they originated from and where they still make them. I say a bit over 10k because we tried out a few "shortcuts" that weren't exactly short, so it was probably closer to 15 by the time we got there. It was a bit of a ...

      Kayaking in Halong Bay

      A travel blog entry by mistytravels on Oct 30, 2013

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      ... br>

      On the last day together as a group, my "hike-bike-and-kayak-buddies" and I had our own private junk-boat (the "junk" has nothing to do with garbage but is the name of an ancient type of chinese sailing vessel) and on this we puttered along slowly with a nicely quiet engine that took us out to the bay where we kayaked, indulged in sea-food, slept the night, and visited the Han Sung Sot caverns before returning to ...

      Stockholm with Matt and family

      A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Aug 12, 2013

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      Our final day in Oslo, and I took a spin around the Royal Palace Gardens, after checking out the art graffiti on back wall of our P Hotel over breakfast.
      So flight to Stockholm, met by cousin Matt, and back to his and Suss's house in the burbs of Stockholm. Very cosy in the cabin, while Matt is building their new house. On the trip to the Supermarket, I am Impressed by the electronic gizmo for buying the groceries, so ...