I remember this day very vividly from last spring. It felt like I had literally spent my day in a hundred post cards – the kind of feeling you get when you are in a place too pretty to be true. The only time I remember feeling that way was back in 2012 on my visit to Stratford upon Avon, the 16th-century birthplace of William Shakespeare.
My parents in law were visiting us. We were spending our weekends showing them around Stockholm. That Saturday Sigtuna it was! Continue reading K&K’s Visit to Sigtuna, Sweden’s First City
Writing about the places we visit, I wanted to share one of my favourite places in Stockholm as the first post for 2018! Back in 2016, when we came to know we were leaving to Stockholm, I prepared a list of places that I must see and Skansen was one of those. However, on arriving here, when I read the reviews and enquired from people about Skansen, I got extremes of feedback – people either loved it or found it extremely boring. There was no in-between feeling!
Therefore, before I could drag my family along, I decided to visit Skansen with a friend. It was winter. Three forth of the displays were closed. But still… there was so much to fall in love. The place itself transported me back in time. Continue reading K&K’s Visit to Skansen – the First Open-air Museum & Zoo in Sweden
For years I have watched ‘The World from Above’ on travel channels. In the program, they show prominent cities from air. Most of it would be ancient castles and palaces. The narration and the scenes would instantly take me into the world inside the television. I can watch this program on repeat.
I have a great fascination for castles and palaces. I have been to two palaces in Sweden so far. You can read about our visit to the Kungliga Slottet and Drottningholm Slott here and here respectively. Wenngarn was the first castle we visited and boy, I have been waiting ever since to write about it! Continue reading K&K at Wenngarn Castle