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Travel Blogs from Stockholm
... and architecture. Another bad habit I've developed is molesting statues. There's one in front of city hall of a girl who's buck naked, I got an Aussie couple to snap me with my hand on her ass. And one of a guy bound with his arms behind his back, I'm standing behind him with my hand raised to slap his ass. Oh yeah, the one in Wurzburg, I kissed a statue of Pan's butt. Hahaha.
No churches this time... Stockholm doesn't seem to ...
... also choose to live in apartments.
We found our way back into the city for our planned afternoon visit to the Royal Palace Museum just in time to join an English speaking guide for a tour of the palace treasury. Once again a great guide giving an enjoyable and informative tour. The Swedish crown jewels were beautiful and have an interesting history.
In bygone eras elected kings (or queens) chose to have a new crown ...
... of our hostel, centrally located by the harbour. Skeppsholmen was gearing up for the AF Offshore Race, an annual regatta that uses the island as its starting point. Music was blasting, there were people and sailboats everywhere along the harbour, rows of pop-up retail and food stalls lined the streets, and parks were turned into concert venues and beer gardens. It was the perfect welcome to Stockholm!
... a Swedish social
circle. Yes, he said, but only if you have a reason. Making friends at work, for
example, is unlikely. But if you’re both hanging out in the courtyard of your
apartment block with kids, that could be a good proving ground for a budding
I asked Stefan if there’s anything like one of the Russian approaches to
making a social circle – music – where you bring guitars and sing to each ...
Today was a day for connecting with friends!
We met Ray and Joanie for lunch and Pia and Ronnie for dinner. We miss our Florida friends and family so it is always a joy to have them turn up in Stockholm. As I often say (and mean with my whole heart) we love to share our Stockholm with visitors.
Ray is my sister Barbara's ...