Lakeside Autumn Mornings Stockholm Style

Thetraveljunkie.org – Visit to Stockholm this lake was one of my favourite spots. Just a short stroll up the road from our accommodation in Bredängs Vandrarhem, we went for an early morning walk around this lake. The trees were still quite bare and we played with sheets of ice and listened to the ice cracking on the edge of the lake. There were little patches of snow covering the mossy ground. We watched a deer stroll cautiously about.

The changing of the seasons is something I miss since growing in the tropics, where days are either hot and wet, or hot and dry.

A stroll along the lake was a beautiful start to this Swedish holiday.

For accommodation we loved Bredänd Vandrarhem. Located about 10 km south of the city, it was a short walk to the train station and in the other direction to the beach at Lake Mälaren.

For more information, visit www.bredangvandrarhem.se.

Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Sweden.

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