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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

      Vasa

      A travel blog entry by leonie.dowell on Jul 01, 2014

      7 photos

      ... lying in the waters till 1979. It was painstakingly brought to the surface . It's condition was so incredible a decision to move Vasa to the site it remains now and build a museum around it to protect her for future generations.It is the most visited maritime museum in the ...

      Day 2 in Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by gtbflies on Oct 27, 2013

      40 photos

      ... flying, etc. As they are sailing along, only 20 minutes in, there are two strong gusts of wind, the boat lists, the cannon ports start filling with water, and the boat that cost 5% of the Swedish budget at the time sinks to the bottom of the harbor.

      They wanted to raise the boat, but couldn't. To save the cannons, a new invention - the diving bell, was deployed. This works by a person standing in the heavy bell and then ...

      Shopping and life lessons

      A travel blog entry by thekennies on Aug 08, 2013

      ... menu! We split up again to do a but more shopping and finally met up for 5:00 happy hour on the water with a view of the Opera House. One of the things that is often hard to remember is how young our kids really are and how much we are asking of them. I have been wearing an UP band which is basically a high tech pedometer and we have been walking between 8 and 10 km every day! The kids have been amazing and there hasn't been a ton of complaining. What ...

      Beautiful Stockholm again

      A travel blog entry by spannerplg on Jun 20, 2013

      6 photos

      It's good to be back in Stockholm again - and this time with Caitie. It's a buzz to see her appreciating the things I've enjoyed over the times I've been here for work. W awoke in Paris to a rainy day; not too bad but enough to need to get out the cheap brollies we bought yesterday. Trudged off to the metro for our 3 stage trip to CDG. Onto our Air France plane -and sat waiting for a bunch of travellers off a ...

      Travelling Sweden: From Stockholm to Uppsala

      A travel blog entry by waww on Feb 05, 2013

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... br> Making my way to the City Hall I saw an IKEA Bus. Apparently if you need to go to IKEA you just hope on the bus and it will take you to Stockholm's first IKEA free of charge.

      Personally I didn't like the outside architectural style of the City Hall. This made me wander if it would look any better inside. I realised that you could only visit inside with a tour (which has its pros and cons). I just missed the 10am tour so I decided to take the next one at ...