If there’s one thing I’ve learned from spending time in Sweden, it’s that this country is very proud of ABBA. Today Nick and I took the ferry to Djurgården where the ABBA Museum happens to be and we spent a considerable amount of time inside.
Yesterday I finally met up with Nick! His train got in from Malmo around 2pm and we checked into his hotel. For the past few days, I’ve been a bag lady.
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It’s been getting dark pretty early, so around 4pm I had no choice but to return to Johanna. She was significantly warmer than the outside but still pretty chilly, so I threw another log on the fire.
Kolarbyn Eco Lodge is the main reason I booked this trip to Sweden. When I heard Nick was going to be playing a few shows here I started researching the country and as soon as I found these fairy huts in the forest, I was sold.
This morning when my alarm went off at 2am Los Angeles time, I made a promise to myself that the next time I book a plane ticket, I will spend the extra $30 on an easier flight plan rather than worrying about the bottom of the barrel, cheapest deal I can find. Anyway..