Stockholm, Sweden Travel Newswire

Stockholm, Sweden Travel Newswire

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  1. Elon Musk's Hyperloop transport system will be rolled out in GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Hyperloop-inspired train could be ready next year: Technologies from Elon Musk's transport system will be rolled out in Germany It could be years before we are able to travel aboard a super-fast Hyperloop, which would see passengers propelled in capsules along a pneumatic tube at speeds of up to 760mph . But you may be able to take a ride in an 'Innovation Train' featuring new technologies developed by the Hyperloop Transportation Technologies , such as augmented reality windows, as soon as next year.


  2. 6 ways to eat in Stockholm on a budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Silicon Alley Insider

    However, when mealtimes rolled around, I sometimes experienced sticker shock: It's not unusual for main courses at ordinary restaurants to approach $30. Luckily, I found ways around this, from bargain lunch deals to fascinating food halls.


  3. Elder Per G. Malm dies at age 67Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Deseret News

    Elder Per G. Malm, General Authority Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died of cancer this morning at his home in home in GOteborg, Sweden. Elder Malm was 67. Elder Per G. Malm, General Authority Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died of cancer this morning at his home in home in Goteborg, Sweden.


  4. Royal husband: 'Britain should not leave the EU'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | The Local

    The British-American husband of a Swedish princess has blamed the UK's decision to leave the EU on low turnout by voters supporting the remain campaign. Diverting from traditional Swedish royal protocol of staying neutral on political issues, Chris O'Neill, who is married to Sweden's Princess Madeleine, admitted that he would have liked to see a different outcome in the United Kingdom's Brexit vote.


  5. Review: 'Swallowed by the Cold,' by Jensen BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | Star Tribune

    In recent years, Scandinavian literature has become synonymous with thrillers. The pervasive cool detachment that cloaks those novels is deftly applied to Jensen Beach's collection of short stories, "Swallowed by the Cold."


  6. Dream of Olympic gold one step closer for MuirRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Sunday Herald

    Without Russia's renegades in Rio, Laura Muir's path to Olympic gold has a few less obstacles to surmount. That Sweden also barred her rival Abeba Aregawi following a positive test earlier this year further smoothed the road.


  7. Starwood Capital and Vencom to sell six Swedish retail assetsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | PE Hub

    Starwood Capital Group and Vencom have agreed to sell six Swedish retail parks and shopping galleries to Trophi Fastighets AB , which is managed by Redito and owned by Swedish pension fund AP3 . The value of the deal is worth about SEK 3.1 billion.


  8. Mart n M ndez and Opeth Announce New Album 'Sorceress' Out September 30thRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Bass Player

    There are few bands that can or will match Sweden's Opeth. Since forming in the tiny Stockholm suburb of Bandhagen in 1990, the Swedes have eclipsed convention, defiantly crushed the odds, and, most importantly, crafted 12 stunningly beautiful, intrinsically intense albums to become one of the best bands on the planet; whether that be live or on record.


  9. Are tourists being caught out by Sweden's old bank notes?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | The Local

    Tourists visiting Sweden should be wary of foreign exchange services in their home countries giving them expired Swedish bank notes, The Local has been told. June 30th was the last day on which Sweden's old 20, 50 and 1,000 kronor notes could be used after the country's central bank decided to phase them out.


  10. Some have, some haven'tRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | TrekEarth

    Life is so much easier when you have a bank account and don't have to beg for your survival. I took this photo in Gotgatan, a busy street on the island of Sodermalm.


  11. Social democracy and the dignity of work: The U.S. must learn from...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Salon

    I have been to the place of Bernie Sanders' utopian dreams. I have seen social democracy in action.


  12. Rihanna goes braless under plunging sheer jacket for dinner dateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Daily Mail

    But Rihanna was enjoying a rare night off from performing as she hit the town for a dinner date with a pal, looking incredible in a plunging lace jacket. The 28-year-old singer can be seen posing up a storm with a red rose as she and a female friend arrived at a fancy restaurant.


  13. Czech air force to be commanded by SebestaRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Former helicopter pilot Brigadier General Jiri Sebesta, 53, will replace Brigadier General Libor Stefanik in the post of Czech air force commander in the days to come, daily Pravo wrote on Monday. According to his CV, he has flown almost all types of the helicopters the Czech military used in the past 30 years.


  14. Why Sweden now offers taxis in 28 different languagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | The Local

    A Swedish taxi company has launched an ambitious new service that will allow foreign visitors in Stockholm the chance to book multilingual drivers, with up to 28 languages on offer. Taxi Stockholm claims that with its new " Taxi Translators " project the Swedish capital becomes the first city to offer a truly multilingual taxi service.


  15. Gran Canaria: Where Swedes go to workRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | The Local

    "Last winter we had a large group of real estate salesmen join us for a conference," says David Cabrera, the Swede behind company Beach Travels. Granted, the group held their presentations and conference activities at a hotel facility, rather than the beach itself.


  16. Hyperloop One 'proves' it's cheaper than high-speed railRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Engadget

    Since its conception, Hyperloop pioneers have been unable to answer the one question that matters: how much cheaper will it be compared to high-speed rail? Hyperloop One now feels confident enough to publish a feasibility study that makes the case that zooming across the globe in vacuum tubes is affordable. This particular examination concerns a project to connect Stockholm and Helsinki as one super-sized metro area.


  17. Is Hyperloop coming to Europe? Super-fast transport system could...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Daily Mail

    The company estimates the transport network will cost A 16.2 billion but could carry 43 million passengers a year It started as a dream borne out of frustration over how long it took to travel by train or car between San Francisco and Los Angeles in California. But now the world's first full scale Hyperloop might be built in Europe after one of the companies developing technology for the high speed transport system unveiled plans for a route between Sweden and Finland.


  18. Connecting With The PastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    Learning about one's culture is a fine and interesting pursuit, and many residents of Chautauqua County and the surrounding area have deep Scandinavian roots.


  19. Dartmouth names Enrique Mart nez Celaya as Roth Distinguished Visiting ScholarRead the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | Art Daily

    There aren't many people in the world for whom the term 'renaissance man' fits more perfectly than Dartmouth's newest Roth Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Los Angeles-based artist Enrique Martinez Celaya. A world-renowned painter and sculptor in whose work, says The Los Angeles Times, 'the yearning, aching soul finds its form,' Martinez Celaya is also a physicist who holds patents to several laser devices and has published scientific papers on superconductivity.


  20. Decades of design on display as Ikea opens museum in Almhult, SwedenRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 3 | Art Daily

    A living room interior is pictured at the IKEA Museum in Almhult, Sweden, on June 14, 2016. The opening ceremony for the new museum took place on June 30, 2016.