Rex Petit

Luntmakargatan 73, Stockholm, Stockholm, 11351, Sweden | 2 star hotel
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Finland to Stockholm ferry

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan


Somewhere along the line, I changed 20 Euros into Swedish currency and got 143.89 SEK. I knew we probably wouldn't need it, but .... (maybe I'd need to use a loo!) I think we changed it in Trondheim so we'd have some for Ostersund to Haparanda if we needed it. [We didn't use all of the Swedish money - so easy to just use our Visa card.]

Holidays...Swedish Style

A travel blog entry by margogoes


... Business comes to a standstill as everyone hurries home for the special Julbord meal. The table is full of a variety of herring, ham, lutfisk, sausages, potato dishes, along with cheeses, and desserts.

After enjoying this Scandinavian feast gifts are exchanged and many family go to evening church services.

Lars' sisters stopped by to enjoy a Christmas toast before they went on to spend the ...


A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... It will be like the lead engine of a freight-train, stopped suddenly and violently and all the memories will come crashing back into my head like the carriages of the freight-train. In a way it's already begun. I've been getting distinct déja vu happening recently. In Estonia there were a couple of streets I walked along where the spirit of Kitsilano, that neighbourhood of Vancouver that loved so much, seemed to be haunting me. The stairwell at the hostel in ...

Stockholm Vatten

A travel blog entry by margogoes


I started this entry last week but never had a chance to post it....

There is nothing quiet as refreshing a a large glass of fresh cool Stockholm water.

As I took my first sip I realized that it might be the most delicious water I've ever tasted. Now that I'm back in El Campello I really miss the crisp fresh taste even more. So I decided to learn a little more about Stockholm Vatten!

This is some of the information I found on their ...

Stockholm Syndrome

A travel blog entry by liamharte


... way. Luckily for us, after about 20 minutes most people got bored and left so we had a much better view.

For lunch we made our way down to an amazing waterfront spot, before heading over to the island of Gamla Stan to explore the old town area of Stockholm. If you're into small quirky shops, cafes and old buildings this is the place for you. We also found the thinnest street in the city at as thin as 60cm across in ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Norra Adolf Fredrik area of Stockholm, is near Sodermalm, Hard Rock Cafe, Hay Market (Hotorget), and Strindberg Museum (Strindbergsmuseet).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRex Petit Stockholm

    Reviewed by anne.nathan

    has to get a 5 star after it's bad reviews!

    Reviewed Jun 7, 2013
    by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    We expected a tiny little room with no windows in a basement - 6 square metres! We got a big room over 5m x 5m (that's 25 square metres -plus!). We knew it was in the basement and had no windows. We also knew we were sharing bathroom and toilet. Breakfast wasn't over the road after all - they've now got a breakfast room. And what a great breakfast. This was the best value for money on our trip - and that's because of the negative comments we read beforehand. We had no problems here - and got way more than we were lead to believe would happen.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rex Petit Stockholm

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good