Scandic Jarva Krog

Address: Uppsalavagen E4/E18, Solna, Stockholm, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Uppsalavagen E4/E18, Solna, is near Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Fjarilshuset (Buttterfly House) in Hagaparken, Bergianska Tradgarden, and Ulriksdal Palace.
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Travel Blogs from Solna

Halloween shopping and old Swedish person

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 29, 2014

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My roommate and I went Halloween shopping at Buttericks, a "prank" shop on Drottninggatan that sells seasonal items (now Halloween!). There were so many people that they had a queue outside the door and were letting in as many people as there were coming out! As if it's a night club! Once in I saw how crowded the place was!! A lot of "ursäkta (excuse me)"s and sliding past people. We got some spider webs, bloody hand prints, plastic cauldrons, ...

Bath mushrooms

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 06, 2014

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... grocery store. This place also had the same cheap "badsvamp" (literally bath mushroom..). They had one that was a mitten. It looked like something you clean a bath tub with. Then I saw these hard brushes on a plastic stick that also looked like something you scrub a toilet or tub with. I asked this older lady and she said, yeah that's what we use! She said one side of the badsvamp is softer than the other, and the hard bristle stuff is for people with "hard skin". She said I ...

First full day in Stockholm!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 22, 2014

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... fit in well. Then once back in the hostel, I met a guy from Colombia who was headed out to Gamla Stan, the old town/Stockholm's first neighborhood. I decided to join him! And there was an Australian guy just chilling in the lounge area, so we invited him too! So off we went to Gamla Stan. It was a really easy walk. We crossed a short bridge and were at the royal palace. I don't know if it was the weather, but we weren't immediately convinced that we were looking at a royal ...

Almost Too Many Tourists in Gamla stan

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Jul 16, 2014

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... of the place, but, with at least 2 cruise ships in the harbour the joint was packed.

Gamla stan is most famous for its German style architecture which dates back to the 13th century. All of the very narrow streets are covered in ancient granite cobblestones. Many of the streets are connected by narrow alleyways - this is the stuff photographers salivate ...

Having the time of your life, ohhh

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Nov 10, 2013

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... but our main focus was on getting to ABBA, the Museum!

The ABBA Museum was one of the best museums I have been to yet. I am not a huge fan of visiting museums, because sometimes I loose feel of being in another country and feel like I could be anywhere. But this museums was so much fun and so interactive. With the purchase of our ticket, we got a bar-code. Throughout the museum there were places that you could scan ...