Ulfsunda Slott

Address: Margretelundsvagen 125, Bromma, Stockholm, 16736, Sweden | Hotel
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      Swedish football game and Graveyard tour!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... The people sitting in our area would chant half the time and sit down the other half of the time. At first I thought it would be fun to be in the standing room section, but I probably would have been a little freaked out. I also don't think I'd want to stand up the entire game! It seemed like a very hopping spot though!

      The game was pretty slow. Nörrköpping scored really early on. It was a clean goal. The ball moved a lot slower than I thought. After that ...

      Shoe dreams come true! And the National Library

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 09, 2014

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      ... I asked if they have tax-free forms, and yes, they did! So I got a tax-free form that I can fill out, so that I can redeem them to get my tax money back when I leave. It's like 15-20% or something like that. Woohoo! I'm spending the rest of the night studying and then working an overnight shift today. Olle is leading the pub tour, so I might join for the first part of it. Maybe not. It depends on the crowd. So that's ...

      Video game exhibit!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... DDR and random games from our childhood.   Then when we exhausted that, we went back down and realized this is actually a science and technology museum and has a lot more on exhibition. There was a whole section on Poldhem, a Swedish engineer, and on environmentalism, inventions, and athleticism. It was really neat! It was also a good chance to learn some Swedish since the explanations were in clear Swedish and English. ...


      A travel blog entry by jwbea on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... for 333 years until the 1960s when it was raised and restored - an effort that took almost 20 years and a lot of new technology. When reading about this ship and museum, I thought it sounded quite boring and overwrought, but I was wrong. Very impressive and interesting! It is also a hugely popular attraction. Tomorrow we will have a rental car and plan to drive north from Stockholm a bit to see some of the Swedish countryside. Home to SFO on Saturday. John and ...

      Alleyways and Masquerades

      A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Nov 26, 2013

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      ... us. There is a reason that I combined these two days together and it is this: I took on Sea Battle and Sea Battle won.

      Once everyone had found their cabins, we were eager to get the night started and had a quick drink at one of the many bars on the boat before attending the welcome event. Again, I was astounded by how many international students were there--the excitement of this special event was plastered on every single person's face. After a quick rundown of the ...