Scandic Taby

Address: Nasbyvagen 4, Taby, Stockholm, 183 30, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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      Library and Allt för Sverige finale

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 08, 2014

      I went to the library to check out some arts and crafts books and watched the finale of Allt för Sverige season 4. It was alright. I thought the final challenge should be longer than two tasks! And they had 120 "relatives" gathered for the winner's party. Most of them probably don't know each other or how they are related to the winner! Anyway, another sweet season of AfS is ...

      Saluhall and Stureplan

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 22, 2014

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      ... station. So exciting!! I'll come back to Stockholm 3 years from now and see a Starbucks in every other corner. Espresso House will be something of history then. There was a place called English Turkey that sold everything turkey, like sausages, turkey by parts, whole turkey, stuffings, cranberry sauce, even pumpkin purée, wow! T minus 6 days until Thanksgiving. Don't really have any plans. I helped out at the reception in the evening. It was really busy!! The hostel is ...

      Swedish football game and Graveyard tour!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... new crematorium, which won the most prestiigous Swedish architectural award this year.
      We followed the crowd along a path and checked out the three chapels that were playing eerie, solemn music. Then we walked over to check out some graveyard. The graves are rather simplistic and hidden out of view. The ones that were lit brightly had recent dates of death, whereas there was a whole big patch of graves that were dark and lonely-- those had death dates around 1950 and ...

      Study day

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 03, 2014

      ... he said, "Jag glömmer ditt namn (I forget your name)." I totally heard Vietnam, and said I'm Korean... haha.... like I knew all the words, but I didn't recognize them when he said them!

      So I started listening to, which is an amazing website full of gems, from really good audio and video lessons to transcripts and reviews to cultural discussions and much more! I signed up for a 3 month subscription for like $45, and I think it's totally worth it! It comes ...

      Kobenhavn to Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 09, 2014

      ... and we really didn't have too much time to find our connection. Thankfully all turned out ok, but we didn't have much time up our sleeves. The train is pretty much full, with 6 in our compartment. Everyone is very quiet. All on phones and various devices. Arrived in Stockholm around 2.30pm. Made our way to the tourist office to get some advice and maps. Seems to be so hard to find your bearings when you first arrived. Exchanged some money. I hate ...