Skogshem & Wijk Meetings

Address: Box 1213 , Stockholm, Stockholm, 181 24, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Stockholm

A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 24, 2014

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... admiring the good looking food, we headed off to explore a bit more of Central Stockholm, walking along around the bays, where each corner revealed a slightly different view of Stockholm, the cobbled streets of the old town on the island of Gamla Stan, and over the bridges to the town hall. From there we headed back to our ship for dessert, a cocktail, tea and bed. Being a tourist is tiring work!! The next day we dropped our bags at ...

Sweden!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

... we all were cracking up. She clarified that she meant it was a drink, which I had never heard of. Instead I settled on some sort of cinnamon martini drink.

Yesterday, I went on a field program to visit Drottningham Palace, about an hour away. It is the official residence of the King and Queen of Sweden. It was a lovely palace but after being spoiled by the grandeur of the palaces in Russia, this one didn’t quite measure up. I had a fun time, though, with Aaron ...

Gamla Stan

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 27, 2014

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... d not even noticed that the skies had clouded over and had to beat a hasty retreat under a nearby tent as it began sprinkling rain. It blew over quickly and, feeling quite safe and rested, we headed across the bridge to Gamla Stan. The architecture here was quite stunning…different from Paris, but no less interesting. We walked the narrow streets, enjoyed the old buildings and did some window shopping in the many, many ...

Swedish Meatballs...

A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 20, 2014

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... and poor design that led to the disaster. Apparently, the King of Sweden had a direct hand in the design and demanded and extra gun deck be added. The dang thing was top heavy! Two gusts of wind in the harbor and the lower gun ports were under water. The Vasa went to the bottom taking about 25 souls with her. An inquiry at the time couldn't come to a conclusion as to responsibility for the tragedy...politics don't change ...

Stockholm Mondat 19th May

A travel blog entry by jimwencook on May 19, 2014

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... in Stockholm about 3pm and went for a long walk around the city until the others couldn't stand Jim's whingeing any more and so back to the hotel. (The sun sets about 10pm and gets up again about 4.30...and it's not even summer yet,)
Tuesday should see us touring the canals and waterways, drinking more coffee and listening to Jim complain about "bloody cobblestone ...