Travel Blogs from Danderyd
So my cousin Sarah had to agreed to take me to Stockholm University to meet with an advisor to discuss my choices for a Master's Program and look at what the costs and fee's are.
Because I'm a citizen of Sweden I dont have to play tuition, however supposedly books are expensive along with all the other little fees that go along with attending.
I got to the University and couldn't have been more excited! It was ...
... Our journey has begun.
We slept on the train, it was white and dark outside. At times it was minus 30' C.
We soon realized that the sun never rises or set.
It becomes light around 9am and is dark at 3pm.
This is totally strange. It always feels later than it is.
... become customary for me to always check the sporting fixtures prior to travelling. Whether it is Baseball in San Francisco, Ice Hockey in Cologne or football in Sweden. Today I had learned that Djurgåden are playing Norköping at Stockholm’s Stadion, literally a 10-minute walk from our hotel. I have tried to convince Roisin that my preference of this hotel had nothing to do with its proximity to a certain sporting event taking place tonight!!
It was a pleasant ...
... th-century summer castle and current royal residence has been called “Sweden’s Versailles.” You see art throughout that makes the point that Sweden’s royalty is divine and belongs with the gods. You see how the royalty did their best to live in the style of Europe’s divine monarchs. There are portraits and busts of France’s Louis XVI and Russia’s Catherin the Great to remind you that ...
I'm quite neglectful of this.
The system I put into place with Emelie seems to be working quite well. We have something scheduled for every day. We even carved a pumpkin for Halloween. It was terribly cold outside and my hands were numb from pulling out the insides.
Some of the girls and I got together to get ready for Halloween. I was a sugar skull girl. I was quite annoyed with the application of the make up, ...