Scandic Hotel Star Sollentuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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So continuing on from yesterday-- Christoffer and I worked in one of the 30 group study rooms at the main university library. The one he booked-- room #30-- turned out to have a beautiful view of outside! We looked at the map later on to see which other rooms have this, and it seems like only rooms #1 and 30 have a window directly facing outside! The other rooms have windows that just face ...
... with both hands, etc. I thought that was quite good!! Then some more dance performance , this time from "Oppa's Angels" (I kid you not) from Malmö. This group was quite diverse, with Asians, Middle Eastern, and regular Swedish folks (I normally wouldn't point out the races since it's not kosher in Sweden, but it's ok here since this blog is not intended for a Swedish audience!). Again, I was more WTF at the fact how into it these girls were. Like wow. Then a blonde girl came ...
It has been such a long week! I slept for like 12 hours last night. Then I ate a bunch of junk food. Watched the latest episode of Allt för Sverige, a Swedish reality TV show. They invite 10 Americans with Swedish heritage to Sweden to participate in ...
Today we woke up and said good buy to Pip and Dan, two people that were staying in our dorm. It was cool to spend time with them.
We had breakfast at the markets which were baked good with cardamon flavours. Maggie was not a fan. I liked it.
We then went to the Vasa Museum. This was the coolest thing so far. A ship from the 1700's which is currently 98% preserved and 2% reconstructed. ...
... to the ground in the 17th century. The palace comprises 608 rooms, which apparently makes it the largest in the world still used for its original purpose. We saw the Royal Apartments, the Royal Church, Gustav III's Antikmuseum, a collection of mostly sculptures. From the Palace we saw the Storkyrkan, the Great Church then headed over towards the National Museum building we could see from Gamla Stan. Unfortunately the collection has temporarily been relocated. So ...