Hotell Vasteras

Address: Vasagatan 22, Västerås, Västmanland, Swedish Lakeland, 722 15, Sweden | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Vasagatan 22, Västerås, is near Engsö Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Västerås

Back to my heritage...

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Aug 24, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... outside Randolph, NE. It was here where she settled to raise her family. This strong, independent woman was decades before her time. She always lived independently but never did learn how to drive car. In to her 80's, Grandma Sig raised African Violets. She took out an ad in The Kitchen Klatter and soon she was walking her African Violets down to the Post Office and shipping them all over the Midwest. She had quite a mail-order business going! ...

Thursday 8th May - SCHOOL

A travel blog entry by stu900 on May 06, 2014

5 photos

This was a school day and I spent the day in our partner school in Jakobsberg. The Swedes are very fond of their coffee and a classy coffee machine in the staff room is a welcome friend.

Schools in Sweden are not too different from those in the UK but the different climate means that ...

Ikea and Swedish Meatballs... In Sweden

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Nov 09, 2013

9 photos

... little hungry, so I attempted to find something to eat, if it wasn't the language barrier getting in my way, it was sticker shock. To give you an idea, 1 Canadian dollar is equivalent to approximately 6.30 Swedish Krona, so seeing price tags with 60 on it for a sandwich was a little overwhelming. I finally settles on a chicken wrap, for only 48 krona, what a steal!

I spent my time walking around the old town of Stockholm. Around 3 ...

Home Base

A travel blog entry by latte_lover on Feb 25, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... or at least in this part of Sweden, as the government changed the national post office. Instead you can buy postage and send packages from many stores, like Press or ICA.

If you are in Sweden during the winter months take a moment to try a Semla pastry. Sweden has amazing desserts, to go with Fika. Semla is whole wheat bun, filled with cardamom/almond paste, ...

Different life

A travel blog entry by camomile on Aug 30, 2012

35 photos

Yeah, life in Sweden is different.
First of all I came there just after one day chill back home in Lithuania. I was just back from United States. So time zones, friends and relatives call just dropped on my shoulders, I came to North exhausted as never before!
First day went there, I realized that for half a year I will have huge holidays, though it was my last year in university back home, and my thesis should be the most important thing that time, but ...