Just offside of downtown Stockholm is the little design oasis Hotel Skeppsholmen – a cool waterside retreat that has just the right amount of modernist touches married with Swedish heritage.
There are plenty of reasons for not wearing a helmet – it seriously messes up your hair, it’s way to big and bulky to carry around in a bar, and, well, let’s not go into the nerd factor. But, are any of these good reasons? Not really.
WEEKENDS – MADE FOR SIMPLY STAYING IN BED – curl up a little longer, snug up to the partner wrapped warmly under the duvet, snoozing, reading the papers, having breakfast in bed, watching a late-night movie or enjoying a little hankie pankie xx.
What you do in bed is your business, where, is ours. White Line Hotels goes bed hopping.
We’ve all heard of the modern art giants Pablo Picasso and Marcel Duchamp. And many of us have been privileged enough to contemplate their works beyond the musty pages of high school art textbooks. Never before though have we been able to catch a glimpse of their masterpieces united in a dedicated exhibition.
Meander through the historic cobblestone streets of Stockholm’s Old Town and you’ll soon discover Lena M Sweden – a traditional Swedish handicrafts shop that doubles as the design studio of its charming owner, Lena M Karlsson. Quietly resting just beyond scores of stores hawking tired postcards, plastic flags and endless Viking paraphernalia, Lena M Sweden is certainly worth discovering.