2Kronor Hotel City
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TravelPod Member Reviews2Kronor Hotel City Stockholm
Cannot say a bad word about this hotel. The breakfast was great, the muesli with fresh berries and the yummy boiled eggs were a great start to each day! The shared bathrooms were great, each time we used them they were always all free and clean.
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... we went to the local underground train station and caught the train to Stadion station which led us to the 1912 Olympic Stadium. Fletcher has been to about 15 Olympic stadia around the world so we had to add this to the list.
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... For dinner that night, we had fish and chips and a drink at a nearby sports bar whilst watching live Swedish football. That was our first night.
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