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July 14 in Stockholm. We took the afternoon train to Vaxjo, Sweden. Stayed 3 nights to visit the Immigrant Museum and Glass Museum. Fascinating little town, too, with a lovely old town and lots of parks. In all my travels I have seen my fair share of churches, and the cathedral in Vaxjo is aContinue reading “Sketchbook diary, Sweden July 14 to 18, 2017”
A most spectacular church, beautiful music. Transporting, I hope heaven is like this!
We paused for afternoon Fika of tea and carrot cake at Auntie Brun’s. The town has 15 runic stones from the Viking era which were memorials to family members or baptism into Christianity.
The warship sank on her maiden voyage in the harbor in 1628. Raised to the surface in 1959, it is 98 percent original. This is a rendering of how it would have been painted.
Keeping the tradition, we had waffles and I had tea, for lunch at the palace. The Queen sent regrets she was unable to join us, this time. Probably next time?