Because you never know when you might need to pump up your pram, wheelchair or bicycle…
A charming little “groda” (frog) or “grodbakelse” (frog cake), sometimes called a “kermit” bought at Wallander’s favourite cafe in Ystad, Sweden.
In our mission to inspire and inform Grown-up Travellers we continue our series of articles containing ideas for alternative things to do and see in well-known destinations. If you haven’t checked out our post about London, what are you waiting for? Just make sure you come back here afterwards. Okay I’m back. So it’s on [...]
Looking for something more than just a roof over your head? Then we’ve got a little inspiration for you. Even if you can’t quite run to the cost of a fully flat first class seat, you can still enjoy a good night’s sleep on a 747, albeit one that is firmly on the ground. And [...]
It may be a bit of a tourist trap, but Stockholm’s old town is still fab
It’s not only nearly Christmas, it’s also nearly that other time of the year again. The end of the year, to be precise. Time for reflection on the last 365 days and to make resolutions for the next 365. Whoa there buddy, 366 in 2012… Sorry, 366. Though if the Mayans – and Roland Emmerich [...]
After covering Berlin in our post yesterday we move on to Stockholm which also has plenty to offer in December; and winter is a great time to visit. The city is beautifully illuminated after the sun sets, which is early at this time of year as the days are short. Stockholm, Sweden – Christmas markets add [...]