The Red Boat Hotel & Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Red Boat Hotel & Hostel Stockholm
How awesome is it to stay on a boat!!!! I had one of the forward compartments and it was very nice. for the price, this place was a bargain. I looked the the rooms down at the water-level and they were still pretty good.
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Everyone was awake and at breakfast by 8:00!! Almost all of the students had plans for the day. Two of them probably went back to sleep. They got in a little late last night!!
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We were supposed to tour Volvo, but I apparently did not explicitly tell her that I wanted the 10:45 tour. We traded almost a dozen emails, but I never booked the tour. So, we are on our way to Stockholm a little earlier than planned. It was a quick three hour ride to Stockholm.
We had a little bit of a walk to the hostel when we got to …
Stayed in pretty much all day. Feeling lethargic and just... not good!
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... many private study rooms too. The "exhibits" were all in Swedish and generally not that impressive... soo we were honestly somewhat underwhelmed. I guess it's a good place if you want to study, but for tourists, it can be skipped. Afterwards, I walked through Kungsgatan, a street filled with shops and restaurants. I found a Vagabond store and tried on my shoes again. They were so comfortable and cute!! I had to ...