Ulfsunda Slott

Margretelundsvagen 125, Bromma, Stockholm, 16736, Sweden | Hotel
Prices starting from $200.00
 

Travel Blogs from Bromma

Frustration piled upon frustration

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10

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... that almost without exception, they run behind schedule. I mean the season here is at most, 3 months. That means that they could have demolished their old building in September and still had 8 months to build a new one in. How long does it take??

So the next option was a small harbour, not far away, called Djurönäset. Just one point, there are dozens of harbours in this area, it’s just that not many have washing machines. Anyway, I called ...

How I Met King Julien

A travel blog entry by jhenley87

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Yesterday was the last full day we'd have with our museum passes so we had to make it count and do a much as we could. Our guide on the bike tour told us we should swing by City Hall for a tour. I wasn't all that excited about it (how fun would touring Tampa's City Hall be?) but it was on the way to the aquarium so we stopped in. I'm so glad we did! The weather is absoultely perfect right now, so after walking around the castle-like building and soaking up the sunshine we ...

Alleyways and Masquerades

A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen

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... decent alcohol at certain stores (Systembolaget).

Since we could not get into the party, we made our way back to the hotel with a fun group of people from Luleå and spent the evening in one of the LURC member's hotel rooms drinking tea and being entertained by some very drunk Australian guys who wandered into our hallway. The night ended with a spontaneous tickle fight back in our hotel room followed by a mellow love-pile. (Reminds me of the summer before college when ...

City cards

A travel blog entry by thekennies

... had a baby born in the spring (bear cub triplets!) and it was actually a pretty cool experience. We could have stayed all day I think... But with 4 days in such a vibrant city we can't possibly do everything justice. My favourite part of the Skansen were the "allotment houses". These were small cottages built by the city back in the 1920s on plots of land given to poor apartment dwellers so that they could grow their own food. We passed several of them ...

Day 5 of Cruise

A travel blog entry by peterdot

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... booked before the guided tour. Bought tickets for the 1355 session and headed off to the Vassa museum walking back to the main shopping area and catching a #7 tram. There was a 25 minute queue to get in, which was spent chatting to adjacent travellers from the US and Canada. Entry was SK130 - no senior dicount. The Vasa is the restored remains of a warship which sank on its maiden voyage in Stockholm harbour where it lay for 3 centuries befor ...

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