If I had known that Monday is the day when the majority of Stockholm's museums are closed, I would have booked different days. But what do you do in such a situation when on top of it it's raining?
As with everything, you have to make the best out of it. I went to the few attractions that were open; first stop the Storkyrkan Cathedral.
|St George and the Dragon|
I then went to Fotografiska, a must-see for any photography lovers. I was so overwhelmed by Anders Petersen's exhibition that I didn't take any photos.
For lunch I followed the recommendation of blogger-foodie Jan Nielsen who is based in Luxembourg. He had left me a comment to try out the sushi restaurant Rakultur.
The rolls I had (salsify and salmon) were exquisite and very carefully prepared. The soy sauce was served in a small glass with a brush inside. Green tea was complimentary. A very good place and excellent value for money. The only negative was that I ordered a side wakame salad that was, unfortunately, never served.
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I spent the rest of the afternoon doing window shopping, stopping at H&M brands such as & Other Stories, COS (my favourite in general) and, yes, H&M.
I decided to leave all the museum sightseeing for Tuesday. Not that I had much of a choice anyway.
This was my dinner: pasta with feta salad at Sandy's near my hotel. Very tasty!
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