Yet another sequel to the cruise and Stockholm series! I hope you’re still bearing with me since there is yet another two parts left to come… (Before I move to talk about Tallinn!)
Anyway, these pictures below were actually taken in the last minutes before I started to head back to the boat via the Stockholm metro system.
A view from the other end of the bridge in the centre of the governmental part of the capital city, Stockholm.
More blossoming apple trees, I suppose? Or cherries, what do you think, guys…?
Another close up further down from the bridge.
I believe to have been here before in like early spring 2013, just before finishing the final exams on high school. Anyway, still looks pretty posh to me.
Can you recognise all of the different nationalities symbolised with the flags?
The Swedish National Museum, bound to be opened again in October 2018.
I think you may take a smaller boat drive with these ones…
The old church tower at the old town. Notice the rustic copper turned completely bluish green!
Absolutely loved this small kiosk. Another addition to my ‘entrance photography’ series?
A cool vintage cannon with a member of the Royal Guard in the court yard of the Royal Castle. Yep, Sweden is still a (representational) monarchy. They have princesses and that sort of stuff!
All kinds of lovely shades in the old town of Stockholm.
Illuminati is present here? (Seriously guys, don’t link my blog into any enthusiasts.)
Violets representing the colours of the Swedish flag in the Lady Hamilton hotel window sill.