Category: Europe

Gålö

Gålö is a place at the southernmost tip of Stockholm. It is known for its nature reserve. There is a huge camping site at this place. I reached this place from very north of Stockholm. I was with a group of photography enthusiasts coming from different walks of society and doing different jobs. To reach

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Sigtuna

Sigtuna is a small locality situated to the north of Sweden and part of Stockholm municipality. There are mere 9000 inhabitants (according to 2010 census). Sigtuna is famous for historical reasons. Today it is known for ruins, old buildings and wooden houses. It’s easy to take a Pendeltåg (local commuter train) from Stockholm central station

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Julmarknaden in Stortorget, Gamlastan 

Here are some pictures from the Christmas market held in the centre of Stockholm. Its held in Stortorget of Gamlastan. Ohh! It was buzzing with so much excitement among the people. Christmas shopping has officially started. I think this is the first market in Stockholm. There will be many more markets held during the next

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Chocolate festival 

I wanted to update the blog of pictures from Chocolate festival. I had visited this festival held in Stockholm on October 6th, 2016. It was a wonderful event. I guess like many of these chocolate festivals, it was a held in a huge hall of Stockholmsmässan. At the very entrance of this hall was a

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Food experience in Paris

After writing so much about the Europe trip, I figured it was obligatory that I mention about my food experiences on this *food blog*!! I have a lot to say, and at the same time, I am not sure if it will actually be interesting for people who read this food blog to get recipes or

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Trummelbach waterfalls

After reaching the Trummelbach waterfalls area (Previous part), we quickly parked the bicycles and bought the tickets. Tickets cost 11 CHF for adults. The waterfall is inside a huge hill/ mountain. There is an elevator to reach the midpoint of this waterfall. One can climb all the way to the top of the hill, as it

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Riding towards Trümmelbach falls

After reaching Lauterbrunnen, we decided to take a break from biking.  Lauterbrunnen train station is the first thing we came across as we entered the town. When we reached Lauterbrunnen, we quickly realized it is popular spot with tourists as the area around the train station had many tourist buses and cars parked.We located a

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On our way to Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland – Part 2

(continuation from Part 1) We reached a place where we found an abandoned runway. Yes! Runway which is used by aeroplanes. The moment we were in in the outskirts of the city, our GPS and Google maps loving brains had taken over the faith on paper maps. But, these apps helped us (him) see an

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On our way to Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland – Part 1

​“Run.. Run”.. That’s what was on my mind as I was pacing towards the Lucerne train station. After a great breakfast at Monopol Hotel, (sister hotel of SwissAlpina) which is right in the front of the Lucerne station, it was difficult to not feel excited about the rest of my day. I have to admit when

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