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Saturday 10th December 2016  




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Stockholm

  1. Acapulco Hotell - Hotel - Now Closed - Acapulco Hotell Stockholm
  2. Adlon Hotell - Hotel - City Centre - Adlon Hotell Stockholm
  3. Best Western Kom Hotel - Hotel - City Centre - Best Western Kom Hotel Stockholm
  4. Clarion Hotel Sign - Hotel - Canal side Hotel - Clarion Hotel Sign Stockholm
  5. Clarion Hotel Stockholm - Hotel - City Centre - Clarion Hotel Stockholm Stockholm
  6. Haga Kristineberg Hotel - Hotel - Haga Kristineberg Hotel Stockholm
  7. Hansson Hotel - Hotel - 4 Star Hotel - Hansson Hotel Stockholm
  8. Helenas Hund Hotell AB - Airport hotel - Helenas Hund Hotell AB Stockholm
  9. Hilton Stockholm Hotel - Hotel - 5 Star Hotel - Hilton Stockholm Hotel Stockholm
  10. Ibis Stockholm Arlanda Airport - Airport hotel - Ibis Stockholm Arlanda Airport Stockholm
  11. LogInn Hotel - Hotel - Ship Hotel - LogInn Hotel Stockholm
  12. Mornington Hotel - Hotel - 4 Star Family Run Hotel - Mornington Hotel Stockholm
  13. Nordic Light Hotel - Hotel - City Centre - Nordic Light Hotel Stockholm
  14. Oden Hotel - Hotel in Stockholm - Oden Hotel Stockholm
  15. Radisson Blu SkyCity Hotel Stockholm - Arlanda - Airport hotel - Radisson Blu SkyCity Hotel Stockholm - Arlanda Stockholm
  16. Rex Hotel - Hotel - Boutique Hotel - Rex Hotel Stockholm
  17. Rygerfjord Hotel & Hostel - Hotel - City Centre - Rygerfjord Hotel & Hostel Stockholm
  18. Sheraton Stockholm Hotel - Hotel - City Centre - Sheraton Stockholm Hotel Stockholm


Wedding Trivia:
HONEYMOON
After "kidnapping" his bride, the groom would take her and go into hiding. By the time the bride's family tracked them down them, the bride would probably already be pregnant! A "bride price" would then be negotiated. An earlier source is the early Jewish custom of the bride and groom spending a week together alone immediately after the marriage feast. The earliest reference to this practice is Jacob's marriages to Leah and Rachel.