Scandic Infra City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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First time in Sweden on our 2009 European tour to find a place to live. We choose Stockholm.
... ordered it! The waitress said she hopes I'm hungry! Haha. And I finished it all! It was pretty good! Forgot to take a picture while we were eating because we were busy chatting. They said I'm welcome to come over for dinner sometime, so maybe I'll take them up on their offer! It was really interesting to hear how this Swedish couple my age lives and prioritizes. Made me think a ...
Today was a weird day. I was planning on biking over to Djurgården, an island where the kings used to hunt. Now it is the home of Skansen, the open air folk museum/zoo and great running trails. But before that, I decided to go recycle my cans and bottles. I was at Hemköp doing my thing, recycling and listening to music on my phone when this tall young guy came up to me and started gesturing. I was like wtf because in Stockholm people do NOT bother you. I thought he might be ...
... Signe's younger sister. They live north of Upsala.
Almost all of the cousins were there...all of Lotta's, Birgitta's and Simon's children. We missed Lars' boys along with Tommy's son Fredrick and Margareta's son Clas. I hope they will enjoy seeing some of the photos that we took during the day.
Many hands pitched in to make a lovely Fika in the morning and a fine lunch at the local village hall. Olle and Birgitta ...
... interesting and unique shops, while avoiding the hordes of tourists and tacky souvenir shops. A day and a half, though, is not nearly enough time to explore properly, but we made a pretty good go of it. We did quite a bit of wandering that first afternoon/evening, though the old town mostly. But also up into the new part of town with lots of shopping opportunities. Now that I'm getting close to the end, I'm starting to feel a bit more comfortable about spending some money, and ...