Sigtuna Foundation

Address: Manfred Bjorkquists Alle 2-4, Sigtuna, Stockholm, 193 22, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Manfred Bjorkquists Alle 2-4, Sigtuna.
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    Travel Blogs from Sigtuna

    Hej da (good bye), Stockholm.

    A travel blog entry by ericasmig on Jun 14, 2014

    Today is our last day. Sure wish we had more time here! We clean up, grab breakfast (least tasty meal thus far - so I didn't miss anything yesterday...hahaha!) then pack it up. Boo! We wait in the lobby for Lars and Casey to enjoy a BBQ at Lars' home (a 45-minute drive). We drive through Stockholm and get a tour - compliment of Lars. Again, wishing we had more time here - especially since ...

    Afternoon in Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by pbradham on May 25, 2014

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    ... Prizes (except the peace prize). We then went to the central station and waited for our train back to Oslo. I grabbed some Mcdonalds for the train ride back. We should be getting in around 10pm. I'm looking forward to a change of clothes and a shower. It dawned on me how lucky of a weekend I had. Like finding the locals and them showing us around the Stockholm night life and then meeting a girl from USC! Every small decision has a outcome. God is ...

    Stockholm in a Day

    A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Oct 22, 2013

    155 photos

    ... room had a heated stone floor and , I have to say, I think i really do need one those at home! The hotel had a massive breakfast laid out every morning complete with several varieties of lutefisk, pickled herring, and a tube (weird).
    Lucky for me, Stockholm has a high speed train that runs from the central staion to the airport. This train is "green" so taking it does not impact the environment and it travels at over 200 kmph, so it only ...

    Oslo to Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by sal_mickandsue on Jul 29, 2013

    27 photos

    ... the suburbs on the edge of the city as far we could go. It was very interesting, as the suburbs that we saw are made up of multi-storey apartment housing adjoined to each other and they seem to be flush and level along the front boundary. They are really beautiful. We didn’t see any single storey houses that were stand alone. Eventually, we were heading in the right direction and were lucky enough to be on a bus that wound through the centre ...

    First day on the road!

    A travel blog entry by europeon2wheels on Jun 28, 2013

    4 comments, 1 photo

    Finally, my journey has begun! Yesterday I left Stockholm around lunch and drove to Oslo to meet old friends and hang out for a couple of days. I went on the highway from Stockholm-Karlstad. My biggest problem was not a sore back or monkeybutt that I expected... it was that it was so damn boring! The roads in sweden are ...