Gamla stan, the old part of town.
The charity shop Stadsmissionen (the Gamla Stan branch) had these beautiful Terma pots and pans for sale. Not too expensive, either. (150 kroner for the coffee pot. I was tempted...) Designed by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg.
This was my favorite restaurant on this trip. I love Thai food, and this one really delivered. I had BBQ chicken satay - it was a huge portion and so nice I couldn't leave any behind, so I was pretty stuffed after my visit to Koh Phangan at Södermalm.
Outside Moderna Museet they have these sculptures by Calder. Inside they showed a fantastic photo exhibition called Reality Revisited.
Rosendals Trädgård was another great stop we did. They serve all ecologically, home-grown food in the café and you can also buy food to take home from their shop.
As we walked around Djurgården we came across this restaurant. I think the huge bean bags on the lawn is such a clever idea.
Flickorna Helin & Voltaire is a little gem of a place situated on Rosendalsvägen 14. The building used to be an exhibition hall for Stockholmsutstälingen in 1897, and it has some fantastic details, like the lettering on the staircase. We sipped a glass of rosé wine on their terrace, enjoying the late afternoon sun and the view of all the people jogging or strolling past.
All the lovely looking cakes at this place is home made. I will try some next time around, for sure.
I'll leave you with a great view of Strandvägen, as seen from Djurgården. So long Stockholm. See you next time.