Travel Blogs from Gothenburg
Denmark delighted us till the very end! After our refreshing stay at the Ritzy Campground in Klim Sands, on Friday, we continued along the route. We reached Blokkus by mid afternoon. This is the village where Princess Mary has her holiday house! It was a bustling little place and we stopped to get a few groceries & enjoy an ice-cream. We didn't spot Mary, but I think I would have died of embarrassment had we run into her-Mary with all her grace & elegance ...
... s canals.
From there we walked along the canal-side park to the old part of Gothenburg, Haga. This area has old timber buildings and cobblestone streets. Again, we were there before much of anything was open, but it is a quaint area.
Near Haga we walked up a very steep hill to the Skansen Kronen, a fort that was started in the late 1600s. The fort is an octagonal building of ...
... did not disappoint! Gothenburg is full of cute cafes and restuaurants so it was difficult to choose one when we were hungry. I think breakfast may be the more important meal in Sweden because we noticed that numerous places offered breakfast or bruch buffets everyday and for most of the morning. After walking by the windows of some cafes and seeing enormous cinnamon rolls (I had no idea they are a Swedish delicassy!), pastries, and fruits, we knew we had to try ...
Our last morning in Stockholm was as lovely as the rest of the visit. We started with breakfast at the hostel, packed our things and stored them in the luggage room and went to check out the architecture museum. The museum was not at all what we expected it to be. The primary exhibit of the moment was really amazing, but had little or nothing to do with architecture! It was an incredible exhibit by and about the fashion designer ...
... and dads with kids, everyone uses their bikes. And traffic revolves around the cyclists. When we arrived in here in Gothenberg, we took off down the main boulevard outside the train station and rode directly into an oncoming line of San Francisco style rail cars. Horns honking, bells ringing, flabbergasted conductors waving frantically and cursing in SwedishWe just assumed we were on the bike way and that we had the right of way. ...
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