Djurgården – a little island in the heart of Stockholm – is one of my favourite places. I love it partly because it is like a hidden treasure in the middle of the bustling city – just like Central Park in NYC. It is more striking with Central Park because NYC is so much bigger and louder and dirtier and more brash and bold and brazen than Stockholm, but the principle is the same: from calamity to calm in a few winks. If I would become filthy rich some day I’d buy myself a little cottage here, but luckily walking around enjoying it is free free free.
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