Scandic Hotel Star Sollentuna
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Mamma Mia here we go again this time in Sweden. On the way in we passed many islands dotted with summer houses.and boat sheds. Stockholm is built on thirty islands and is between the Baltic Sea and lake Maleren, it has a population of 900 thousand while Sweden has a total of 9.3 million. Our first s top was the Vassa museum which is dedicated to a 17th century royal war ship which sunk after only a 1000 m journey.. It was raised in ...
I wanted to update really quickly before bed to say that I had a nice day, despite the rainy weather. I visited Anneli and Victoria in Bro for fika. Always so great and fun seeing them, and I was quite sad to say bye to them! Again! Christoffer helped me bring back my 25(?)kg suitcase that I had stored at their house. We had a healthy taco ...
Sunday 11th January Relaxing with the family We woke to deep snow and a temperature of -7 degrees. Chris's close friend called Andreas who is going to be one of his best men joined us for breakfast. ( in Sweden you have 2 best men ) He was a lovely young man we chatted as though we had known him a long time, we look forward to seeing him at the wedding. I was going to build a snowman but the temperature was dropping ...
... that makes it more arduous to do it regularly! Also, people aren't partying and drinking as much in the hostel these days. I got a happy meal from McDonalds because I was too hungry to wait to get back to the hostel and cook. I got a hamburger happy meal (32kr, about $4.50?) and it was the best happy meal ever! First it came with a burger, drink, and fries as per usual.. (not that I'm a happy meal expert). Then I had the choice of apples or carrots ...
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Why go: Millesgården is a gallery and sculpture garden that features the work of the famous Swedish sculptor, Carl Milles.
Fodor's calls it "one of the most magical places in Stockholm" and recent travelers agree, suggesting you allot a good amount of time to come here and relax. A lot of Milles' most popular works reside here, including the sculpture, Hands of God.