Stockholm Sweden has a myriad of museums. Many of Stockholm’s museums are one island: Skeppsholmen. This sparsely populated, generally wooded island has emerged as one of the city’s new cultural hub and contains some interesting museums.
Museum of Modern Art
Spanish architect Rafael Moneo designed this building, which welcomes you with a dozen outdoor sculptures [Read more …]
As we mentioned in a previous blog, Stockholm is made up of many different islands. This blog continues to explore Stockholm Sweden’s islands.
Sodermalm is an ex-working-class community that has been transformed into the bohemian and contemporary artistic center of the city. It is loaded with studios and galleries for all types of contemporary [Read more …]
As we continue to explore Stockholm Sweden, we hit Riddarholmen Island. Just as the King, Queen and their children lived in Gamla Stan’s Royal Palace, the city’s lower ranking aristocracy needed a place of their own to live. Today, no one lives on the island. Still, it is filled with buildings which are owned by [Read more …]
Family Winemakers of California is always a great event. We always look forward to it when it comes to San Francisco. It provides opportunities to taste hundreds of wines from more than 125 vintners: virtually every varietal and from virtually all of California’s 111 different appellations.
Although a few of these participating wineries, such [Read more …]
Well we are off again on another multi-month trip. This time we are going to Europe. The main purpose of our trip was to attend a travel blogger’s conference (TBEX) in Stockholm. But since we had to fly 14 hours to get there, why waste a flight for just one place? Not us. So we [Read more …]