Me outside the pension with the view down to the bay
It was a beautiful day and we first drove down to Södertälje and visited this wonderful old pension built in 1860 and situated so beautiful by a seabay.
A part of the livingroom
View from the livingroom to the bedrooms
The other side of the livingroom at the pension
One of the rooms, every room has its own look.
The conference room
The dining room
View from the parking lot
The view from the dining roomAfter visiting the pension we continued on that road until it ended and there was this beautiful little inn also by the bay. On the opposite side from the inn there was this wonderful little seaside beach.
Danniel waiting for food at the inn.
We decided to have lunch at the inn and we sat on the veranda overlooking the sea and all the boats coming in and out. I had a wonderful halibut (although a bit too well-done for my taste) Danniel had a beef that was delicious. Children portion since he's not allowed to eat more than that after the operation.
Garden café at Sturehof's castle, not the best view I'm afraid. It was much more pretty than this.
Selfportrait from the castle café
We then continued and this time we drove to Sturehof's castle which is in Norsborg. A pretty little castle that has this wonderful garden café. So this was were we had our afternoon coffee break. The castle itself dates back to the 17th century and it's believed to be even older. The first owner died in 1567 so that is when the castle must have been finished.
After all this we headed back and I dropped Danniel off at his apartment and I returned home again after a wonderful and sunny day.