Sunday, February 23, 2014

Stockholm, Part Four

Stockholm is a beautiful, easy to navigate city. The whole thing is very walkable, with lots of pedestrian only streets. 

Picked up a copy of Lee Hazlewood's Cowboy In Sweden from a flea market. 

 A traditional Swedish breakfast includes rye bread, cheese, cold cuts, a hard boiled egg, cucumber and tomato slices, and lots of coffee. 

Oatmeal and preserves on day two. 

We saw tons of kids everywhere. Our friend, Anna, told us that there is free healthcare, basically free day care, free education, and 18 months paid maternity leave guaranteed. And your job will be there for you when you get back. 

Also, lots of arts funding. 

Let's all move there soon.

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