Address: Ekero, Stockholm, 17890, Sweden | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Ekero, is near Drottningholm Palace and Court Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Ekero

Last night in Stockholm

A travel blog entry by pbradham on May 25, 2014

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... beers for free. Next he took us to a popular night club with around 200 people. We met up with his friend around the same age (40). We talked about America and Sweden for a few hours. Around 4am we decided to head back to our hostel. We exchanged contact info and will get in touch with them if they're ever in the states or visa versa. Just woke up and had breakfast at the hostel. Our train departs for Oslo at ...

Stockholm in a Day

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Oct 22, 2013

155 photos

... across 14 islands at the intersection of Lake Malaren and the Baltic Sea. The city has a lot of natural open spaces, open water, and is very clean.
The Old Town is called Gamla Stan and was the original capital. This part of Stockholm dates back to the 13th century. Gamla Stan is home to Stockholm Cathedral, the Royal Palace, the Stockholm Stock Exchange, the world's oldest restaurant, the Stortorget which is the site of the Stockholm Blood Bath of 1520. ...

Oslo to Stockholm

A travel blog entry by sal_mickandsue on Jul 29, 2013

27 photos

... that it was where many of the Royal family and noblemen were buried. We had been told about his church on our tour the previous day. It was remarkable & made sense of the history lesson that we had. Such a huge amount of Swedish history just a stones throw from our hotel. We absolutely adored the quaint little shops and restaurants, all built along tiny ancient streets and footpaths which were all made of square cobblestones. They are up hill ...

Oh, Ship!

A travel blog entry by armstarkclan on Jun 17, 2013

4 comments, 8 photos

We woke up at the bright and early hour of 7AM, four hours after the sun did. This time of year, it's only dark from about 11PM to 4AM, and "dark" describes the merely dusk-like luminosity that resembles an evening hour in the U.S. The day kicked off with a fabulous breakfast at the hotel, with Swedish pancakes, smoothies, fruits, breads, meats, cheeses... A true morning smorgasbord. At breakfast, we learned the first of several lessons ...

This is sweden. It was written on different days

A travel blog entry by lydiajai on Aug 04, 2012

7 photos

I am on a 10 hour bus trip up to Umeå from Stockholm. So far it has been 5 hours, so for those of you who can count, that's half way! Yippee! This very comfortable coach, with leg room enough for a midget, has actually been quite pleasant. I cleverly charged both my iPod and iPhone last night so the music is constant and time consuming. Funnily I'm listening to a lot of songs I havent heard since I left Australia. So many strange memories are filtering back into my ...