Taste of Stockholm

With Britt’s work obligations completed, on Friday morning we boarded the Statens Järnvägar (Swedish State Railway) for Stockholm. Though we found the small town of Älmhult to be charming, we were very looking forward to ending the trip in Sweden’s Capitol. After four hours, and two near-vomiting accidents later (our seats were facing backwards, which … More Taste of Stockholm

Café Culture

One of our favorite things (if not, the favorite thing) about traveling, is tasting new foods. And when in Scandinavia and Europe, there is no better place to start than the local cafés. From the moment we get on the plane to head overseas, my mouth begins watering as I start to think of all … More Café Culture

Malmöhus Slott

With my travel guide in hand (Lonely Planet Sweden) I boarded the train in Älmhult and took the 80 minute ride down to Southern Sweden’s largest city, Malmö. Despite the fact that there wasn’t any snow on the ground, this seaport city had a temperature well below freezing. However that didn’t stop hundreds of people … More Malmöhus Slott

Älmhult, Sweden

It’s been about 9 months since we’ve been out of the country, so it was about time for us to hit the international road once again. This time we went to the home of Volvo, Carl Larsson, the Nobel Prizes and most importantly (at least to us) the home of IKEA. Sweden. 70 years ago … More Älmhult, Sweden