Scandic Infra City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsScandic Infra City Upplands-Väsby
Great hotel with beautiful modern rooms. Some good shops around. Close to the airport. Somewhat far from the city. Ride on the bus then half an hour on the train. or 20 min taxi ride.
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... Back in the old town we went stopped at the old church next to where our car was parked. It was now a museum but still continues to be the burial place of the Swedish royals. (Vicki was able to get one last use of the Stockholm Cards so our entry was free!) From the outside you can see that there are a number of chapels built on at late dates, some attempting to match the original architecture, some less so. Wow, it was pretty impressive, both architecturally and in the ...
... own grief, depression among medical students and doctors, thereby making Kaitlyn kind of like the poster child for brilliant kids with hidden depression who commit suicide. I started browsing through relevant articles and found out Rhonda herself committed suicide via helium overdose (same mode as Kaitlyn) last August! Jesus. Very scary. I continued to read posts about related tragedies, and decided I ...
Woke up decently early to go out to a welcome Daniel/farewell roommate lunch with the core staff. My roommate didn't show up, so it turned out to be more of just a staff lunch. We went to a place called citykonditori, a dining hall on the third floor at what used to be a dance hall. Apparently Thursdays are pea soup days in Sweden. I tried laxpudding (salmon in potato layers), and couldn't finish half of it. I'm sorry but I really don't like potato dishes here. They are ...
... tell that these people were going to the game because voila! they were wearing the very subtle blue on blue striped scarves.
As we neared the arena, we saw a small group of young men who were hollering. They must be Nörrköping fans, Christoffer remarked. We went around the arena, got our tickets scanned, and found our seats very easily! The arena was not too big-- it sat maybe 30,000 people? I think my university stadium sat 40-50,000. Our seats were really ...
... with people. Most sat outside, I guess taking in the nice weather which they would only be able to do a couple of months of the year.
Next morning we were up early to catch another train to Stockholm. The train wasn't as nice as the Norway one but it was ok. The time goes quick, even though we travelled backwards the whole 6 hours.
On arrival in Stockholm we made our way to the cruise ship terminal. We ...