|Non-Violence sculpture. (You probably recognise it, there are others like it in many cities)|
After being properly fed we went for some shopping and a bit of caching. We visited my favourite teastore on Drottninggatan. The store tiny, but it's crammed full of good tea (much of it ecological), and the lady running it is a real tea enthusiast so there's always a good story about every tea you buy.
|Yeah... Hubby got a bit carried away.|
|They've been around since 1889. The signs outside are old fashined and really pretty.|
|It looks a bit like an old pharmacy inside with all the bottles.|
Last but not least... I've come to understand that fika is something very Swedish, so I had to let Riki do it sooner or later. We needed a break after shopping and finding a cache so we went to Vetekatten, a well known café in central Stockholm. We decided to leave a bookcrossing book on the table when we left.
|Releasing a book :)|