This was my first trip with my mother overseas. Long flight; good time.

We were so blessed to be with “family” who took such great care of us. Anywhere we wanted to go in Stockholm, we went. They also took us to a couple of other fun places: their family’s summer homes! (Which is a thing in a lot of European countries. Ahem.)

I truly can’t believe how much we were able to pack into nine days. A lot of walking, a lot of public transportation, some wonderful food, and a ton of relaxation.

Mom and I particularly enjoyed the Vasa Museum, which you absolutely must make a point to visit if you are ever in Stockholm. And I also loved the Fotografiska, where I did not take any pictures out of respect for my fellow photographers. At the time, there was a Bryan Adams installation, and one on the gentrification of places where wild animals once were and should still be. Fascinating, disturbing, and beautiful.

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