Gothenburg, Goteborg, is the second largest city in Sweden, after Stockholm.
First time I arrived there, like, three months ago, from Paris, I'm the only black-haired girl there.
Most of the passengers are blondes.
As cold as scandinavia can be, first time I stepped out the airport, daaamn, super cold.
So cold that the breeze just went through my lungs.
And the native language there was just so.... strange hahaha I never heard any sweddish languange before and dang! I felt like a lost alien there. But luckily, people in Goteburg have a very fluent english. From the bus driver till the shopkeeper, they were all fluent in english. So I have no problems in communicating <3 div="div">3>
So, it's a remarkable experience to go to Sweden, even just to Gothenburg.
|My first destination.|
Been dreaming about this store since .....little! So my parents got bunch of IKEA magz when we lived in Austria when I was just a toddler and its magazines were memorable.
Good, simple, colorful cushions. Lovely.
|Good view from the hotel.|
A mini square with tram and bus access.
Greatest thing about the transportation there is; it could be accessed online!
The secret so I could arrive safe and sound from my hotel to IKEA was this web >> vassttrafik
I could choose the path to go, with the bus/tram number and with its time.
|Random visit to Goteborg station near our hotel.|
Same as in France, in Sweden they also use this kind of roof.
To allow sunlight enter the building on a daytime.
|Messy me, eating alone at IKEA canteen.|
Ha ha ha ha.
|View from the canteen.|
The canteen has a self-service system.
Drop the dirty cups/plates there and it will flows to the kitchen.
Human resources energy save! Haha
|This is the view from Backebol Bus Shelter.|
Good thing about policy there;
Big Mart placed outside the city. So the traffic is 'control-able'.
|inside IKEA. <3 td="td">3>|
|Transparent roof inside the warestore.|
|Really. Felt. Nowhere. That Time.|
all the bike in the main square in front of my hotel.
No wonder the air were just super clean.
All the thing there were just super modern, and clean.
I wonder when my country would be like that; good access in transportation, society-self-consideration of healthy life, high quality of life..