Scandic Taby

Address: Nasbyvagen 4, Taby, Stockholm, 183 30, Sweden | 3 star hotel
 
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    Touring Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... an enormous, elaborately carved wooden construction, over 6 storeys high and was only discovered on the seabed in the 1950's. It took around 30 years for the ship to be raised from its seabed and was only preserved by the unusual salinity level of its resting place. Absolutely fascinating stories abound about its construction and the reasons for its sinking. Only one more day in Sweden so we will need to plan carefully tomorrow to ensure ...

    Stockholm day 4

    A travel blog entry by lotsofnoys on Jan 05, 2015

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    ... and the kids found great amusement in having the little finches take chips out of their hands...! In the Skansen there is an indoor children's zoo with small animals like guinea pigs, rabbits fish and snakes...there was also a cat...! These was an enclosure with rainbow lorikeets who were outside I bet wishing they were back in Australia .....yes it was quite cold today! From a lookout you could see the ski hill that they have in Stockholm....it is a hill with ...

    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 ...

    Chicken and vegetable soup

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 07, 2014

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    ... I went into the studio room for the relaxation yoga class. It was indeed soo relaxing. Very, very slow and relaxing poses to open up your hips and stretch your back and shoulders. I felt so great afterwards. Love yoga!! Then Christoffer came over and we ate the soup with some sourdough bread! He liked it! Yay! Good! Because I made enough to last a week, haha. We then walked around and then hung out at Christoffer's for the rest of the ...

    Bath mushrooms

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... unfair advantage should any of you readers ever visit the hostel!! The winner ended up being a guy from the US who got 9 out of 13 questions right!! He thanked the hop on and off bus tour in his speech, so that tour must be pretty decent! But then again, his friend got 5 out of 13 questions right, so your mileage may vary.... haha. Gabi the Spaniard started working about 2 weeks before me, so he's been busy getting his life set up here, including looking for an apartment, ...