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Autumn in Stockholm – Sweden Travel Article

Autumn in Stockholm Ok, so I just wrote about the Christmas season in Stockholm and now it is back to autumn. My apologies for bouncing around the calendar! I have mentioned several times that this is my favorite season in Stockholm… love the crisp temperatures, cosy weather, beautiful nature and delicious seasonal produce. There are also some fun festivals & events as well as great art exhibitions going on in the city. But to start with, I recommend heading out to…

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Gothenburg around Christmas time – A TV documentary – Sweden Travel Article

Gothenburg around Christmas time – A TV documentary This film was produced by German television channel ZDF in 2010. It was shot during one weekend in December and shows Gothenburg preparing for Christmas. People are relaxed, there is no sign of hectic Christmas bustle, the atmosphere is laid-back. Although the film is seven years old, the cosy Haga quarter (Old Town) looks exactly the same today. This is also true for the Café Kringlan with its enormous cinnamon buns. Even…

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Dreamhack in Sweden: The World’s Largest Digital Event – Sweden Travel Article

Dreamhack in Sweden: The World’s Largest Digital Event Dreamhack in Sweden: The World’s Largest Digital Event Discover the digital world created by Dreamhack with Adrianne George Lind who takes us inside the world’s largest digital festival with games, competitions, and exhibitions. All photos courtesy of Dreamhack unless otherwise statedWhat began with a group of friends in Malung, Sweden in the 1990s became Dreamhack in 1994. Today, it is the world’s largest digital event composed of a festival, gaming competitions, digital art…

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25 Interesting Facts about Leonardo Da Vinci – Sweden Travel Article

25 Interesting Facts about Leonardo Da Vinci Want to know more about Leonardo Da Vinci? Here are 25 interesting facts about Leonardo Da Vinci that you probably didn’t know before!He’s one of the greatest artists in historyFew people in the world have missed the paintings, inventions, and discoveries that Leonardo da Vinci made during his lifetime. Only a small percentage has made a similar impact on the world we’re living in today. Da Vinci made drawings of things that weren’t invented…

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Rage and the Dying of the Light by Adam Gossman – Sweden Travel Article

Rage and the Dying of the Light by Adam Gossman    Do not go gentle into that good night,Old age should burn and rave at close of day;Rage, rage against the dying of the light.Though wise men at their end know dark is right,Because their words had forked no lightning theyDo not go gentle into that good night.Good men, the last wave by, crying how brightTheir frail deeds might have danced in a green bay,Rage, rage against the dying of the…

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Hur gick jakten på att vara uttråkad? Årsuppföljning – Sweden Travel Article

Hur gick jakten på att vara uttråkad? Årsuppföljning För ett år sedan skrev jag ett inlägg med titeln ”jakten på att vara mer uttråkad”. Jag var överöst med jobb och bestämde mig för att det var dags att ta makten över mitt eget andrum. Saker man får sköta själv när man är egenföretagare (och oftast annars också för den delen). Sedan har jag glömt uppföljningen (förutom en halvdan halvårsavstämning), tills jag fått så många påminnelser av Sara att det nu…

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Travelettes » » The Travelettes guide to St Petersburg – Sweden Travel Article

Travelettes » » The Travelettes guide to St Petersburg Before I visited St Petersburg, all I knew about it was what I had seen in the animated film ‘Anastasia’. I’m not sure what that says about me but I grew up singing ‘Journey to the Past’, feeling terrified of Rasputin’s character and in complete awe of how aristocratic the city looked. In the summer of 2019 when I visited it for the first time, I got to explore all its…

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No doubts! let’s go back to Sweden – Sweden Travel Article

No doubts! let’s go back to Sweden I can remember that day very well. The stunning sun, a lot of people walking on the streets, some children playing near the fountain but for me everything was over. Goodbye Sweden I was on central station in Gothenburg waiting my train to Denmark. I had decided to visit Copenhagen, Paris and Madrid. Anyway, those cities were on my way before returning to Bolivia. It was 10:00 am, I had booked my ticket…

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10 Romantic Date Ideas in Stockholm – Sweden Travel Article

10 Romantic Date Ideas in Stockholm 10 Romantic Date Ideas in Stockholm Are you planning a romantic date with your loved one? Then Stockholm is the perfect place. Whether you’re looking for a quiet stroll in one of the city’s beautiful parks, a wonderful dinner, or an innovative experience, Stockholm has lots to offer you and your sweetheart. Holly Louise Eells puts together some romantic date ideas in Stockholm. Monteliusvägen in Södermalm1—Romantic walks from dusk till dawn From spending quality…

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Travelettes » » 11 things to see and do in Moscow – Sweden Travel Article

Travelettes » » 11 things to see and do in Moscow No matter the season in which you visit the Russian capital, Moscow is bound to captivate you whether the Christmas lights shine on the ice rink at the Red Square or you’re basking under the sun at the evergreen Gorky park. In a city as large as this one with a history known around the globe, some guidance on what to see and do is needed to elevate your…

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Orienteering in Stockholm – Slow Travel Stockholm – Sweden Travel Article

Orienteering in Stockholm – Slow Travel Stockholm Orienteering in Stockholm Lisa Ferland discovers orienteering in the forest outside of Stockholm is a great family activity that exercises both the mind and body. You can test it out yourself in the city until October 31. Our thumbs held our location on the map folded in our hands. We were in the middle of the woods with nothing but large rocks and hills to orient ourselves. Where were we? Was the bend…

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Something Swedish – Sweden Travel Article

Something Swedish With the onset of autumn and the changing season it is natural to think of the seasons of our life. Sometimes we wonder about the land of our ancestors. We can read books and watch films, we can even attend events in small Swedish communities around the US like the “Swedish Hyllingsfest” in Lindsborg, Kansas this coming weekend.  There really isn’t anything like going there yourself.  We have a great Christmas tour that pretty much hangs around Stockholm. It’s a…

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Travelettes » » An Adventurer’s Paradise in Bali: Surf Camp (Part Two) – Sweden Travel Article

Travelettes » » An Adventurer’s Paradise in Bali: Surf Camp (Part Two) still trying not to look behind me, and still staying at a surf camp, nestled on a cliffside in Bali. I will say, regardless of whether or not you enjoy surfing, I 10/10 recommend staying at a surf camp. Did you know you can stay at a surf camp, and never even touch a surfboard? Instead, you can take advantage of the cool vibes, healthy lifestyle, and the…

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Unwinding After Study Stress: Day Hike in Jonsered – Sweden Travel Article

Unwinding After Study Stress: Day Hike in Jonsered As much as I love Gothenburg, I’m a country girl at heart and I’ve been desperate to get out of the city for a little break. But there were essays to write, art to make, exhibitions to do and exams to take! So, with my last exam of the year DONE last week, I finally had some time to go out and explore the beautiful Swedish nature – the perfect way to…

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