Does anyone else attend a new city and think you’ve ticked everything off the list and seen all that you wanted to see but then get home and see shit loads of photos of things you wish you had done? No, just me? Well here’s a list of things I want to do the next time I visit Stockholm.
This may seem like a weird things to want to visit but Skogskyrkogarden is a cemetery located in the south of Stockholm. The woodlands has 5 chapels and thousands of graves. It is a popular tourist/local destination for its beautiful gardens.
2. MEATBALLS FOR THE PEOPLE
I can’t believe I went to Sweden and didn’t eat meatballs. Even though I did research whilst there for meatballs, it was all so expensive but I recently seen a post and Meatballs for the People was mentioned.
Spending 2 days in Brighton is not nearly enough time to explore the entire city, but we gave it a good go. From the Sea front to the main train station, the city is very walk able but public transport it also available.
Brighton has been on my list for so long, and I finally got to explore the colourful sea side city as part of my birthday celebrations with the gals.We left Cardiff Central around 2pm and it took around 4 hours to get to Brighton via train with a few changes in-between. In 2 days we managed to see everything that was on my list to see and eat. Here is an itinerary of places to eat, things to see and places to go.
Although I have always have a serious urge to travel, these past few weeks I have been itching to get away and to also get some inspirations and content for you guys! So last Sunday (it was supposed to have been Saturday, but gin happened the night before) I went a on a solo mini adventure to Dyffryn Gardens.
Amsterdam is one of the most electric cities in the world, and although I have traveled to Holland twice in my life there are a few things that I didn’t do/see that I regret.
1. Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam
Hortus Botanicus is one of the oldesr botanical gardens in existence today with a beautiful hexagonal pavillion.