Travel to Sweden – Episode 115

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The Amateur Traveler talks to Sean Whiting who has taken up residence in Sweden about his adopted country. Learn about Stockholm, long days and short ones, festivals, fike, a heritage museum, the Swedish archipelago, where to get an ice cold drink and where to go to trace your Swedish roots.

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Show Notes


click here to download (mp3)
click here to download (iTunes enhanced)

Sean’s blog – Linkoping Livin’
Sweden
The Official Gatway to Sweden
Stockholm map
Visit Sweden
Midsummer festival
Stockholm
Skansen heritage museum
Sweet Summer in Stockholm
History of Sweden

Eurail Sweden Pass
Hotels in Stockholm
Rail Europe: Specials & Promotions

Internet Resources

Unusual Hotels of the World Online Guide

Community

Gerry’s trip
Dave writes about the iTunes enhanced version
Still waiting to hear back from winners of Andrew Darlow’s photography/printing book
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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

3 Responses to “Travel to Sweden – Episode 115”

Kristofer

Says:

Thanks for a great podcast!

Concerning getting around in Sweden, the EU rail pass seems way to expensive. Instead book your tickets at the English site of the national railway operator, http://www.sj.se/sj/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=10&l=en Tickets can be picked up in machines at the railway station.

Donna Manley

Says:

Hi Chris, There is a broken link to the MP3 on episode 115 (Sweden). Thanks for taking a look, We are in MSP right now, about to fly overnight to AMS then Stockholm. We are staying with friends in Uppsala, and hope to see some of the places we heard about in the other Sweden episodes.

chris2x

Says:

hmmmm, the links work for me

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