September 5-6, 2010
I started this morning with a run down around Kungsholm with Stadshuset (see Liza Marklund's novel Nobel's testament).
Turns out Stockholm is full of 7-elevens. They're often only a block apart. They got some pretty good bakery rolls, and cappucino, so that's where I had breakfast.
I walked down to Gamla Stan, and saw the King's castle and the Nobel Museum.
Next I found some locations from Stieg Larrson's 'Girl with the dragon tattoo'. The 7-eleven on Goetangatan where Lisbet buys smokes and pizza, the Il Tempo restaurant where Mikael Blomkvist got shot at, and Fiskargatan 9, where Lisbet had her apartment.
I had been walking quite a bit, and took a boat over to the Vasa Museum. Vasa sunk in 1628 after having sailed 1.5km. That must've been a bummer, considering how much work went into it.
Walked back along Strandvaagen, and stopped by the Royal Library. They wouldn't let me walk in with my jacket on, so I took it off.
When I got back I was pooped and took a nap before dinner. Went down to Rydbergs and got another excellent dinner some ground lamp with feta cheese.
Now, I'm listening to a radio broadcast of the Maria Sharapova/Caroline Wozniacki.