So Tuesday was our last day in Göteborg *sad face*. So after we checked out of the hostel, we made one last walk around the city to go to some places we hadn’t seen yet.
Our first stop was Skansen Kronan, which is a little fortress on a hill. We didn’t actually go in there, but we did enjoy the view over the city you had from there.
On our third (or fourth?) walk through the Haga Nygata, the Kawaii shop was finally open so we just had to go inside!
Next stop was Göteborgs Konstmuseet. Good thing about this museum: it’s free for people under 25. Bad thing about this museum: you can’t take a handbag unless it’s smaller than an A4 piece of paper. Anyway, so since I had to leave my tote bag in a locker, I didn’t have my iPod with me to take pictures, so I can’t really show you what it looked like from the inside, but they sure had a lot of very nice stuff. I especially liked this painting by P.S. Krøyer (the Danish painter I wrote about a few months ago).
After the museum, it was time already to head back to the hostel to pick up our luggage and then take the flygbuss to the airport.
I still can’t get over how beautiful everything looks from a plane window. (By the way, I actually didn’t notice the rainbow on this picture until I was looking at the pictures. We were flying over the rainbow!) Anyway, I think these trips to Sweden are always over too soon, so I’m hoping I can go back some time soon. If you enjoyed my this travel diary (read the previous posts here), stay tuned because tomorrow I’m going to post a video! :)
Pictures 1, 2, 4, 5, 9 by Bert.