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WCSFP: Where to Drink, Eat and Swim in Hipster Stockholm. Plus Designer Shopping, Museums and more…

2016 November 26
by Peter Hamilton

Our son James Hamilton teaches and practices architecture in beautiful Stockholm.

It’s become my #3 home town after Melbourne and New York, with countless lovely city landscapes, and of course great food…

For visiting guests at their wedding last summer, Malin Heyman and James prepared this list of Stockholm highlights, and I’m sharing it here for WCSFP delegates.

Scroll down for a map / link prepared with thanks by Ségolène Fossard.

Please pass it on. Here is the link… http://wp.me/p1qknz-26P. And enjoy!

 

AROUND CENTRUM / CONFERENCE

lila ego

flippin burgers

agrikultur

brillo

bar central birger jarlsgatan

BARS

Teater Grillen

Konstnärsbaren

Riche

Folk Baren 

Loopen

Torkel Terrasse

Snotty Sound Bar

Mosebacke Terassen

Le Rouge

 

buns

COFFEE

Swedish pastries and cakes are the best! My favorite is the cardamon roll.

Drop Coffee

Mellqvist Kaffebar

Kaffe

Il Caffe

 

LUNCH

van der Nootska Palatset

Urban Deli

 

DINNER

Folk Baren

Konstnärsbaren

Riche

Ekstedt

Tradition

st2

MUSEUMS

Moderna Museet

Hallwylska Museet

Waldemarsudde

Bonniers Konsthall

Färgfabriken

winter
DESIGN / ANTIQUES

Svenskt Tenn (Our favorite!)

Svenska Rum 

Jackson Design AB 

Lars Brobergs Antikhandel

L Edelstam Konst & Antikviteter

Thunér Antikhandel

MAPPING IT

Thanks to: Ségolène Fossard, Découpages Production audiovisuelle

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Here is the link to the map: 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JTFEn0ZeDUuLrlWYN9Ro1MLFIRs&usp=sharing


SWIMMING

I swim whenever I travel, and my favorite spot for laps outside of a dreamy Sydney rock pool is Stockholm’s Eriksdalsbadet. It’s one of the gems of Stockholm.  The multi-pool complex features a great water park that allows you to swim outside in the winter. Perfect for stoners.

Bring a lock! There’s a Senior Discount: a helpful concept for WCSFP’s graying “pre- Post-Schedule Documentary Economy” delegates.

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  1. Chris permalink
    December 2, 2016

    Wizard, Peter. Thanks for sharing

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