Scandic Norra Bantorget

Address: Wallingatan 15, Stockholm, Stockholm, SE-107 24, Sweden | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Wallingatan 15, Stockholm, is near Skansen Open-Air Museum, Strindberg Museum (Strindbergsmuseet), Regina Theater, and Dansens Hus.
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      Halfway there...

      A travel blog entry by joseph.hall on Feb 03, 2015

      1 comment

      ... Thanks again Nate! I wish you could have joined us on our trip.

      After being dropped off at JFK, arriving just before 19:00 in order to catch the 21:30 red-eye, we sailed smoothly through security - only losing my toothpaste - and arrived with excess time before our flight was 'scheduled' to depart. We soon realized that Norwegian, possibly the airport, had next to no clue about how ...


      A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 24, 2014

      17 photos

      ... admiring the good looking food, we headed off to explore a bit more of Central Stockholm, walking along around the bays, where each corner revealed a slightly different view of Stockholm, the cobbled streets of the old town on the island of Gamla Stan, and over the bridges to the town hall. From there we headed back to our ship for dessert, a cocktail, tea and bed. Being a tourist is tiring work!! The next day we dropped our bags at ...

      Museum Day in Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Aug 06, 2014

      65 photos

      ... br> Our last major stop for the day was the Vasa Museum. On August 10, 1628 the ship set sail on her maiden voyage and sank in the Stockholm harbour. In 1961 the boat was salvaged and the boat in the museum is 98% original. Many artifacts were recovered fro the vessel which offered insight into 17th century Sweden.

      We walked past the Norse Museum on our way back but decided we had done enough for the ...


      A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

      ... lime, lime & fennel, lime & cointreau, and soy banana. Supposedly, it’s one of the best ice cream parlors in the world. It was good but I’ve had better, even at other places here in Stockholm. Everyone loved it, though, including myself so I was glad not to disappoint everyone because it was my idea that we all meet there. It seemed to be a place where all the locals go and it was pretty out of the way from everything so it was remarkable that so many of ...

      Starting our cruise by looking at a ship that sunk

      A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 28, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... then taking In all of the exhibits on our own. Well worth the effort if you find yourself in Stockholm. When we left, we realized just how lucky we were with our timing, as the line, which had been only several dozen long when we arrived, now wound all the way across the museum’s courtyard and onto the street.

      We’d decided to catch the bus back to the ship, but after counting our money realized we had only 70 Kronor and we needed 72 to take the bus, so we ...