DrFumblefinger visits the oldest public park in Stockholm. While small, it's situated with wonderful views of the city.
Along with a host of other measures, Sweden's Riksdag will operate with only 55 members present, representing a spectrum of parties.
A Swedish bakery produces a Guinness-record version of a popular pastry.
Gumbo was visiting Stockholm's interesting and unusual City Hall. The building features several interesting spaces but is best know as the place of the Nobel prize dinner is held every year.
Sweden has plans to join the revival of night-train service in Europe with a service that will connect Malmo with Cologne and beyond.
DrFumblefinger visits a park and public space known as the "King's Garden" in the heart of Stockholm.
As Sweden uses cash less and less, the government moves to keep it from disappearing altogether.
DrFumblefinger visits Stockholm's Haymarket, a busy square that is home to a popular food and vegetable market.
Stockholm's Royal Concert Hall is home to the Royal Stockholm Philaharmonic Orchestra, as well as the venue for the annual Nobel Prize Ceremony every December.
A sampler of some of the interesting doors DrFumblefinger spotted while strolling around Stockholm.
Gumbo was visiting the historic Cathedral of Stockholm's old city, Gamla Stan. The church is built immediately adjacent to the Royal Palace complex.
Rail line construction opens an opportunity for a new view of Swedish maritime history.
Sweden is seeing a big boom in the popular 'all-you-can-eat' style railpasses, possibly spurred by the 'flight-shaming' movement.
Yet another food-related road accident in Sweden sends slippery fish all over a rush-hour roadway.
A museum about disgusting food (and yes you may have a taste) has found a permanent home from which to challenge our notions of what is edible.