A little gem named Linesøya

On the first weekend of August I attended a wedding at Linesøya and fell in love with the beautiful surroundings. Its neighboring island Stokkøya has gotten a lot of attention over the past few years and you should definitely check that out as well, with its great cuisine (fantastic mussels!) and ocean view.

The two islands are connected by a bridge and my advice is that you take the trip out to Linesøya as well if you are in the vicinity. From Trondheim you travel by ferry to Fosen and drive for about two hours when you have crossed over.

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The view from Nesset at Linesøya where we had a tub party and a swim the day before the wedding.

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The rainbow made an appearance over the fjord.

DSC02656.jpg The view towards the bridge connecting the two islands from Bygdeboksen at Stokkøya.

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The cuisine at Stokkøya is great. This is “urfe” – the most tender meat I’ve tasted since I tried kobe beef. The catering at the banquet facilities Bygdeboksen is done by the same people who run Strandbaren.

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The exterior of Bygdeboksen.

A weekend in Stockholm

Had the chance to visit the great city of Stockholm in June of 2015. Strolled around in Gamla Stan (Old Town) and visited Skansen Friluftsmuseum (Open Air Museum). Some beautiful sights! Here is a clickable gallery from my weekend in the Swedish capitol.

Panorama view of Barcelona: Castell de Montjuïc

The journey up to Castell de Montjuïc is an experience in itself, as you travel by cable car the final distance. When you reach the castle, which dates back to the 1600s, you can enjoy an amazing view over the city of Barcelona.

Barcelona: City Life, Architecture and Art

Visited Barcelona in July 2015 and had a great experience. These are some of the motives and moments that caught my eye.

Full Flickr-album here: Barcelona City Life, Architecture and Art