Riddersviks Gard

Address: 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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Relaxing with the family

A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Jan 11, 2015

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... on their snowboards at Flottsbro. In the evening Chris and Sophie cooked us all yet another lovely meal, a typical Swedish meal with macaroni cooked in milk in my case soya milk and meatballs with salad and to finish with Måna cooked a lovely desert with blackberries and raspberries with a crispy pastry/ crumble topping with ice cream and custard, I of course had dairy free. I was amazed in the supermarket how ...


A travel blog entry by wmdbanks on Sep 27, 2014

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Stockholm has to be the most pristine and perfect city i've ever seen. Possibly too much for my liking... I tend to like a bit more chaos and decay lol. Everything has it's place and looks like it was painted yesterday. But what an amazing place to visit for holiday (apart from the cost of everything)

We stayed in a cool little hotel, which looks more like an expensive hostel, which was good as the price ...

Keep the Whole World Singing

A travel blog entry by labellevie on Aug 19, 2014

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... and welcomed me into her city like we’d known each other for years, wanting to share with me what makes it special to her. She is incredibly sweet and has a very enjoyable sense of humor; it is so easy to see why her and Emanuel go so well together. She has been working for Doctors Without Borders for a couple years now in the fundraising department. It is very obvious talking with her that she has a ...

Stockholm in a day ...

A travel blog entry by danasaffel on Jul 18, 2014

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... s monarchy and saw the Crown Jewels (not as spectacular as Great Britain's but I wouldn't mind owning a crown or two). We then headed (as in walked about 2 miles) to the Vasa Museum. The Vasa is a 1628 wooden war ship that sank in Stockholm harbor about 1 mile into her maiden voyage. After 333 years undersea, it was found again in 1959 and raised in 1961. It took nearly 50 years to restore the ship, ...

All about Sweden

A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Jun 25, 2014

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... realized that Sweden is quite a bit cheaper than Norway, so that's good. I finally got a glimpse of "nighttime" on Tuesday night, as a couple of us went out for a few drinks after dinner, but it was still not what I would call real nighttime. I think it's going to be a while yet before I see that again. Yeaterday (Wednesday) started reasonably early with a group visit to the famous Vasa museum, which we reached via metro and ferry. I didn't know much about this museum before we ...