I’ve been waiting for this for a while! Gothenburg’s Maritime Museum and Aquarium has been closed for a few years for renovations and now it has opened again. This is one of my favourite museums and somewhere I like to go when I need to collect my thoughts. Here you can see various boat modelsFortsätt läsa ”A happy place”
Here’s a little fun fact: there are along the main avenue of the Swedish city of Gothenburg several representations of Hellenic Deities. But most famous is of course the fountain of Poseidon:
In the Stampen neighbourhood of Gothenburg, there is a square called Odinsplatsen (Odin’s place). It connects several streets, among them Odinsgatan (Odin’s street), Friggagatan and Baldersgatan. You can see a theme here. On the roundabout in the middle of Odinsplatsen, you can find some interesting things, like a large fountain and a fastfood joint withFortsätt läsa ”Wanna see something cool?”
I’m well enough to take shorter walks around town and with the weather being as sunny and beautiful as it was today, I just had to take the tram to one of my favourite spots on the city: The Garden Society of Gothenburg. Gothenburg is imo one of the most beautiful cities in Sweden. IFortsätt läsa ”Spring is here”
A few photos, none which do justice to the beauty of this village on the west coast of Sweden.
The first destination of the day was the Kafka Museum. I’d wanted to visit this place for years and I wasn’t disappointed. I’m a big Kafka nerd so I didn’t learn much new but it felt very special to see the handwritten letters and journal entries of one of my literary idols. The letter heFortsätt läsa ”Visiting the Kafka Museum and two famous squares”
Found at the top of the Harfa shopping mall in Prague. Some of them move: I thought I’d gotten the T-rex moving and roaring on camera but turns out my phone wasn’t recording. Disappointing since that was the coolest thing in the park.