StayAt Stockholm Lindhagen

Address: Ulriksborgsgatan 3, Stockholm, Stockholm, 112 43, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Östermalm area of Stockholm, is near Sodermalm, Lake Mälaren, The Stockholm Concert Hall (Kungliga Filharmonikerna / Stockholms Konserthus), and Sturebadet Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Stockholm

Hej hej

A travel blog entry by travels_with_jk on Oct 16, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... to Sofo - another trendy neighbourhood. We also went to the Vasa museum, which is home to the recovered and restored 17th century warship. It was built to be Sweden's greatest warship at 69 m long and 48.8 m tall but on its maiden voyage in 1628 the vessel capsized and sank within minutes of sailing. It sat at the bottom of the sea for 333 years before being recovered. The ship is quite a sight to see and learning about the recovery and restoration was ...


A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Aug 03, 2014

... relaxing and leisurely but there wasn’t anything too exciting about it. It was just a lovely way to spend the afternoon. Our guide played a CD of some Swedish Jazz on the bus on the way back. It was very soothing and I think everyone really enjoyed it! Again, I got back to the ship in time for dinner with my roommate, Nathaniel.

Nathaniel and I decided to go to the Ice Bar. It was quite an experience! There was a cover charge to get in, which included one drink. They ...

Starting our cruise by looking at a ship that sunk

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... harbor (Baltic Sea) the wood of the ship had survived almost completely intact. The ship was raised and brought to its current spot where a museum was built around it. Great efforts continue to be taken to preserve the Vasa and our guide assured us that over 90% of the wooden structure we see today is the original…making it the only fully preserved ship of this age in the world.

The museum was truly an amazing place and Cathy and I spent almost 3 hours, on a guided ...

Swedish Meatballs...

A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 20, 2014

22 photos

... excellent coffee. You can sit on the deck and watch all of Stockholm go by on the waterfront promenade. Excellent venue.

We start out by touring the Royal Palace, the only working palace in Europe that is open to the public. The palace dates from the 1400's, but burned down in 1697, with only a small section left standing. Everything was rebuilt shortly after that with most of the palace designed and decorated by the ...

Dirty Old Ladies and a Super Trouper

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... for 333 years before being raised up, conserved, and put on display. I saw plenty of pictures of it before going but I had no idea it was so large. The museum is really first class. They delve into the mechanics of salvaging the ship and preserving what they found. At first I thought the divers that raised it were brave, but then we saw how they salvaged the cannon hundreds of years ago. We got a picture of the old-school diving suit, which is basically a steel bucket ...