Ruthi Daugherty

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Stockholm, Sweden

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Snow fell lightly outside as I looked out the window to the city outside.

It was the final stop on our Scandinavia trip and I was excited to experience Stockholm.

With warm beverages in hand, we wandered narrow streets in old neighborhoods, had brunch with friends, and found some locally made gin.

At Rosendals Tragard we cozied up with fresh, warm food in the greenhouse among fresh flowers and plant life waiting for Spring.

Finding the murals in the metro stations was like a real life treasure hunt. Large sweeping, vines that grow up over your head and rainbows that stretch from one side of the station to the other. It was a breath of fresh air and life in the underground spaces.

 
 
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PASTERIES  |  Bros & Salt
BREAKFAST  |  Cafe Pom & Flora
COFFEE  |  Johan & Nystrom
DO/LUNCH  |  Rosendals Tragard
METRO STATION ART  |  Stadion & T-Centralen (pictured above)
DINNER  |  Woodstockholm
DRINKS  |  Linje Tio / Tjoget

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