Sweden's capital Stockholm is situated on the east coast of southern/central Sweden. Its coastal location is not easy to overlook when visiting the city situated on 14 islands. All the water in the city has earned it the nickname "Venice of the North", but unlike Venice the water is clean and clear as you would expect in Nordic countries.
From the Stockholm Travel Guide
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The guide to finding the hostel is misleading. On getting off the tram it's difficult to find , the bus is much better . My room was nice , however I was asked to move rooms on Saturday , but still it was a nice room, breakfast was ok , but for a hostel , cooking facilities was poor , and there was a lack of pans and eating utensils . ... more
We are family 5 of us and took this availability instead of expensive hotel, well we satisfied and decision is to be back in spring/summer again. that´s it ! ... more
Remembering that this is a hostel I thought that this was one of the best I have stayed in. Hot water for shower, some cooking facilities like microwave and hobs. There is free filter coffee and free WIFI. I stayed here on my own for 4 nights in a 4 bed mixed room, which was comfy and clean enough. ... more
18th June 2011
Luckily for us there was a huge car park right outside the caravan park, so we left our van there for the day and went to explore Stockholm. Stockholm is full of islands with bridges connecting them all ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny