Solna Hotell & Vandrarhem
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... reddish brown wooden houses. We arrived in Stockholm after 1pm, a five hour journey, a visually beautiful city with lots of historic buildings, parks and tree lined boulevards, but not busy or crowded. After getting a local bus to the hotel, located on the same island and road as the Royal Palace, we settled in the room, with a tin y view of the harbour. We went on the Royal Canal cruise and got a scenic overview of the waterways and islands that make up the ...
Shortly after takeoff they fed us a dinner that wasn't half bad. Wine is also included which is nice. Since it’s very late they turn out the lights shortly after dinner and we all tried to get some sleep. Sweden is 6 hours ahead of us and the flight is about 8 hours. Because we left so late in the evening we got a little more sleep than we might have otherwise. Around 10 am Swedish time they came around with another meal. The ...
... central square, Stortorget, where the Danish King beheaded 82 people in 1520 (he was in the church nearby being crowned at the time!) The heads were left to roll around for three days and the streets were red with blood. (A great image to think about as we sat and ate our dinner). A house in the square has 82 white stones said to represent the heads, although the house was built 80 years before the head chopping took place. We counted the squares as we ate, nice and dry under ...
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As I write, it is pitch black outside but for the dim yellow hotel lights illuminating snow that covers the surroundings of the hotel. Not too cold, 28 degrees F or -2 C (I will use Celsius scale for the remainder of the trip for ease of use. Just remember 32 deg F is 0 deg C & 0 deg F is -18 deg C roughly - an ol' chemistry trick from ...
... videos related to Alfred Nobel and Nobel laureates. To the right of the museum was focused on the life of Nobel himself. I think I might not just be a museum person. I liked looking at the donated items from the Nobel laureates, but all the descriptions with facts hurt my head. Whenever I see a bunch of facts. I feel this intense need to cram and memorize them all. I guess it's a side effect of medical school. Nobel was most famous and lucrative for ...