Ales Stenar is like a Swedish Stonehenge, but is shaped like a ship on a cliff overlooking the Baltic Sea. Incredibly cold and windy up there but worth it for the views!
My favourite thing about Sweden has to be fika. It's essentially just coffee and pastries, but what's not to love about that? Especially when the pastries are these amazing cinnamon rolls!
We stumbled upon a cemetery, which as the child of a funeral director made me feel right at home! Although, I'm not sure mausoleums like these would pass the strict graveyard rules in Ireland.
It was way cheaper to fly into Copenhagen and get the train over The Bridge (also, check out the excellent tv show based around the bridge - Bron) so we also got to visit CPH. We checked out Christiania, which is an anarchist community completely separate from Denmark, despite being in central Copenhagen. You can't take photos inside Christiania, mainly because of the green light district on Pusher Street, where weed is covertly dealt through huts covered in camouflage netting by people in balaclavas. While that didn't interest us much, what did was the organic cafes and restaurants, and this is a good spot for a relaxing lunch, whatever you go there for.
And shout out to Aaron for the best band shot. Album coming soon... or not.