Riddersviks Gard

Address: Riddersviks alle 11, Stockholm, Stockholm, 165 72, Sweden | Inn
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Location

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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Stockholm

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 01, 2014

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... worth (oh yeah, we did).

We took the local ferry near our apartment to Djurgarden, the world’s first National Park within a large city. It’s a large island on the harbour just 1-2 Kilometers away. It holds many museums including Skansen, the world’s first outdoor historical museum (like Old World Wisconsin), the Abba Museum, the Vasa museum, and many others. At about $35 extra dollars each, we skipped the Abba museum.

We started at the ...

Stunning Stockholm

A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 09, 2014

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... he was hired. The grand room that resulted is beautiful, but hardly looks Scandinavian, or even Italian. It more resembles an Egyptian fantasy world. Bizarre.

After hearing nothing about the Nobel process for 30 minutes, I left to join the family. [I did get to see the Nobel Museum during the "self-tour" part of the day, as well as the building where the prizes are handed out during an elaborate ceremony. I also learned that the Peace Prize ...

Time for the Eastern Baltic

A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 31, 2014

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... a tinsmith’s workshop and a bakery. You can also see many of the animals native to Scandinavia such as moose, bears, lynxes, wolves, wolverines and seals.

Skansen was founded by Artur Hazelius in 1891. He wanted to bring the traditional rural culture to life by exhibiting furnished houses and farmsteads, cultivated plots and gardens and both domestic and wild animals. When Skansen started, its focus was mainly on farming and Sami ...

Midsommar...without sommar vädder!

A travel blog entry by margogoes on Jun 20, 2014

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... day dawned (very early) with cloudy skies and some morning showers. We had a lazy start but when we finally ventured out the streets were almost empty. We decided to walk toward Gamla Stan to see what was going on. Of course there were many tourist around. They were probably disappointed to find most things were closed for the holiday, but there are always the souvenir shops ...

Sweden!

A travel blog entry by packed2go on May 29, 2014

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First things we noticed in Sweden was how's clan it was, how quiet even in thre airport and downtown, very nice people, and everyone speaks English. We hear more English than swedish! There are fields of yellow glowers, not sure what they are. We dropped our bags in the hotel, too early to check in, and wandered the city returning to hotel about 11 pm. The dun shines most of the day from about 4 ...