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Address: Notarievagen 5, Jarfalla, Stockholm, 175 79, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Notarievagen 5, Jarfalla, is near Aurora Sky Station and Kungsleden.
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    Travel Blogs from Jarfalla

    Halloween shopping and old Swedish person

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... empty bag to mark his spot. I was like oh, the man is old, we can move! And the old guy was like, oh no no it's ok! Then this guy comes and sits with us...... and starts telling us how he's waiting for his friend to get off a bus.... Making a small talk. He seemed very nice and spoke good English for a 74 year old (as we soon found out.. We also found out his father was a Hungarian classical pianist and that they had to use coupons during the WW2 to get ...

    Museums and Marckets

    A travel blog entry by lezbexia on Aug 29, 2014

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    Today we woke up and said good buy to Pip and Dan, two people that were staying in our dorm. It was cool to spend time with them.

    We had breakfast at the markets which were baked good with cardamon flavours. Maggie was not a fan. I liked it.

    We then went to the Vasa Museum. This was the coolest thing so far. A ship from the 1700's which is currently 98% preserved and 2% reconstructed. ...

    Venice of the North

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... city, with a history that dates back to the 13th century. Gamla Stan is home to the Royal Palace, several beautiful churches, narrow, picturesque streets and an abundance of shops, restaurants and cafés. The districts of Norrmalm, Södermalm and Kungsholmen abound with buildings from the 18th to the early 20th centuries, and further out are the more modern fringes and suburbs.

    Kungliga Djurgården (Royal Djurgården) is an island consisting mainly of ...

    Day 11 - Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by sezzawilliams on Jun 26, 2014

    ... to the ground in the 17th century. The palace comprises 608 rooms, which apparently makes it the largest in the world still used for its original purpose. We saw the Royal Apartments, the Royal Church, Gustav III's Antikmuseum, a collection of mostly sculptures. From the Palace we saw the Storkyrkan, the Great Church then headed over towards the National Museum building we could see from Gamla Stan. Unfortunately the collection has temporarily been relocated. So ...


    A travel blog entry by davidsjourney on Aug 05, 2013

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    ... In the evening we went to a Sushi All you can eat restaurant. Sushi is my favorite dish, so I really enjoyed it! The fish was tasty and the price really acceptable. I'd recommend it to everyone who goes there. You just have to be a little bit watchful, because there are many different ones in the city and not all of them looked so nice. After that we went to a little pub. There are plenty of them and all look very nice and lovely! A big plus for the ...