I have been showing you pictures from downtown Stockholm. Mostly.
Now it is time to take a look at the nature in the 'burb where I grew up (from age 7), and the 'burb in which my parents live (they are not here, though. They are in Närpes now).
Peter and I took a walk around 21:00 last night, and this is what we saw!
The body of water is Lake Mälaren (yes, the same lake you have seen in lots of photos from downtown Stockholm). Lake Mälaren is the third biggest lake in Sweden, and one of the biggest lakes in Europe.
I guess I will have to prove that this is indeed a burb, and a burb in which they are building new condos and apartments at a shocking rate. However, you'll still find so much green space, and the burb is called "the suburb in the forest" by the locals. As everywhere in Stockholm you have walking paths, and bike paths, all around.
This castle used to belong to the "snuff-king" Ljunglöf. Nowadays you can rent it for parties, such as weddings and birthday. It is beautiful inside.
The name of the 'burb? It is Blackeberg in Bromma.
Today is truly the day for packing and cleaning.
It is till warm, sunny and clear. We've been so lucky weatherwise, and otherwise!