Sodergarns Kursgard

Address: Lidingo, Stockholm, Stockholm, 18190, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm


A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 28, 2014

... smell, sound, nature, language, temples etc. As Americans our senses get deprived to a point we forget what is real. When you eat, taste the food. Indulge your palate. Same applies for other senses.

9) Revel in what IS. You will witness things beautiful and larger than life. You also will see things that absolutely make no sense. Lady boys, debauchery (Australians), changovers, ...

Sensational Stockholm

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 04, 2014

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Today's port was Stockholm and once again we were going to do our own thing with the help of Rick Steve’s book. I’d just ordered a light breakfast again from room service – remembering to put the time on it! We got up and got organized, had our breakfast and were among the first to disembark around 9.30am. The weather was absolutely glorious – lovely sunshine with a freshness in the air.

Our Hoho ...


A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Jul 02, 2014

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... too. Walking back into town we spot a high walkway, the Gondelen, find our way in and up the open sided lift for fantastic views of the city. Back down we decide to look for Olaf Palme grave and where he was killed both disappointing the grave not in good order the plaque marking the spot where he died removed to allow building work. Back the to the hotel for a well earned ...

Let me do some research of my Swedish ancestry

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jun 25, 2014

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... finished ball was about the size of a small tomato (not cherry tomato). He then had swordfish soup and mahi mahi, followed by applecake with hazelnut icecream and cheese.

We decided to venture out to a tribute to Abba, which started at 10.45, but didn't stay long, as it was a bit of a let down - it turned out a to be a competition with people guessing the titles of the songs from the beginning bars of the music, so bed seemed a much better ...

Frustration piled upon frustration

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 04, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... we had less than a metre each side. However, we saw nothing that looked like a ‘normal’ guest harbour so I called them back (on my mobile) and then spent a really frustrating 15 minutes trying to explain where we were – I mean we were in the harbour, why were they being so obtuse? Finally, we got through to someone who sort of knew what he was talking about and he guided us back to the private jetty, where we moored up.

So, ...