Tag Archives: Stockholm

Thank you, Holm!

It was with some reluctance that I bade farewell to Scandinavia from Stockholm in end November. Having seen the travel adventures of my brother and his young friends, I was really tempted to extend my stay and explore more of Europe. Yet … Continue reading

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A gallery of houses

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My final press on Skansen. Indeed, it was like an outdoor museum. Unfortunately, these Swedish houses were not opened to visitors. Would have loved to learn more about them. Too many information about too many houses to remember, hence I … Continue reading

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Kaffe + Smörgåsbord

Another press about Skansen. I have so far pressed on mile.stone and ZOO. Well, today is sunday and my lunch at Skansen reminded me of sunday brunch 🙂 Happy Sunday! Had lunch at a quaint cafe in a traditional swedish house. Only … Continue reading

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Well, November was not the best time to visit Skansen. Bald trees, muddy paths coloured it brown and grey. In my previous press about Skansen, I touched on mile.stone – the heavy topic was probably an after-effect of the solemn colors. On … Continue reading

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On my second last day in Stockholm, I visited Skansen, an outdoor museum of swedish/ Scandinavian architectures (houses) and animals (cute!) 🙂 To my ‘horror’, I found over 50 pictures I wanted to share. Not sure about you but sometimes … Continue reading

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Holm Home

Went back holm to Stockholm after 12 days away in Copenhagen and Reykjavik. With mixed feelings. This was to be my last few days in Scandinavia. Time to pack for home after almost a month away from Singapore. A part … Continue reading

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Old town again

There are many old towns in this part of the world. I guess this medieval part of their cities is one way of keeping a bit of their roots and civilisations as they step up with the modern world. Anyway, here’s a press of yet … Continue reading

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