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

Hallyu (Korean culture) night

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 05, 2014

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... welcome (Christoffer thought it was funny he read from a paper and said "I see many familiar faces here"). Then a Korean professor from University of East London gave an English lecture on the history of Korean wave. I thought it was quite interesting how the media portrayed Korean pop culture landing in western countries. It started as somewhat negative, focusing on the competitive, business aspect, and became more positive. She showed a lot of examples, many of which the audience ...

Ingenting

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 10, 2014

... Dayquil and Nyquil and said hej då. Now I am in the cafe for the movie night. We are showing "******* Amål" (or "Show Me Love" as they insisted renaming in America...). I rarely watch movies and TV shows when I am home, so this whole watching movie every other night deal is quite new to me. But it's not so bad when it's dark outside and has been dark for 5 hours even though your bedtime is still hours away...!
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Dinner at a Swedish home!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 12, 2014

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... me, a rando, to her home for dinner). We first sat down for some fika. Anneli served kladdkaka (or kolatårta) with cream, lemon sponge cake, some cookies, and the Chocopie I brought on a layered cake holder. We all had tea and it was such a nice time!! They told me about their time in Korea, and I told them about different observations I've made thus far in Sweden. David went off to play video games or whatever he was up to, and Anneli started preparing dinner. She made ...

Bike tour fun!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 23, 2014

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... was really weird and sad and funny and awkward. Anyway, then we rode over to Skeppsholmen (I think I'm skipping a lot of the stops and places we passed because I don't remember their names). Stockholm is basically a city of islands very close to one another. There's a little fortress called Kastellholmen with a Swedish flag and a boat making handicraft school. If one ever captures the city of Stockholm and break their 200 years of peace, ...

Dirty Old Ladies and a Super Trouper

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... incredibly beautiful building that now houses a fashion museum. We went in just because we had the pass and are glad we didn't pay. The building was way more interesting than anything inside, unless you don't mind paying to see floor after floor of hideous clothes. I was a little bummed to learn that it was only a hundred years old (it looks way older than that) because I love imagining what its walls have seen, but it's still older than most of what we have in the states. ...