Riddersviks Gard

Riddersviks alle 11, Stockholm, Stockholm, 165 72, Sweden | Inn
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This inn, located in the Hässelby - Vällingby area of Stockholm, is near Drottningholm Palace and Court Theater, Aurora Sky Station, and Kungsleden.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Looking for clogs

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 09, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

Of course the first thing I did in Stockholm was to go clog shopping. Luckily I saved a lot of money because I never found any. Well, not the right ones anyway. We had a nice hotel on the south side of town where there was a great vegetarian restaurant set on garden terraces looking over the water and gamla stan(old town). I could have sat there all ...

Sights listed to see in Stockholm

A travel blog entry by judencharlie on May 31, 2014

7 photos

... Pity - didn't have my running gear! So, over to Vasa instead. The Vasa was an impressive warship that took two years to build but in 1628, it sank in Stockholm harbour on her maiden voyage! In 1961 it was finally salvaged and raised to the surface and since that time visitors to see the ship have broken all records. Not surprising - it is a fabulous museum. The ship is so well preserved with almost 90%25 of it original. Although we had visited ...

Winter Comes to Stockholm

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Dec 06, 2013

2 comments, 59 photos

... arriving in Sweden, but we were still a bit unprepared for the uncompromising cold that met us that day. Nevertheless, we pressed on to Gamla Stan, where we took a walking tour through the old city. We visited the Kungliga Slottet (the king's palace), where the royal family resides. The outside world doesn't really hear much about the Swedish royal family, but they're certainly popular here, as evidenced by the bounty of collector ...


A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 17, 2013

... feeling like a gamble. English is widely spoken so communicating wasn't a problem, but there was at least one older guy that seemed less than impressed by my presence. I'll get back to him later.

OK, so I had some luck, but I feel I played it well. Early on I flopped a nut-flush (ie I made a flush after the first three community cards were dealt and I had the highest card, so unless a full-house hit on the turn or river, nobody could beat me) and somehow managed ...

Drottningholm Palace

A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Aug 01, 2013

14 photos

... Younger to reconstruct a palace modeled on a French prototype on the site. Approximately 100 years later, King Adolph Frederick gave the palace as a gift to his wife Louise Ulrika of Prussia who redid the interiors that we see today and added both the theatre and the Chinese Pavilion. Her son, Gustav III was largely responsible for the extensive gardens that give the Drottningholm the nickname "Sweden's Versailles'.

Sweden's Royal Family, King Carl XVI Gustaf who ...