Looking back at my days working in an office, I realize how much random stuff I used to browse on the internet. One of the things that I remember used to keep me particularly entertained were websites listing unusual hotels around the world. In was in one of those articles … more »
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We spent a summer in Sweden, which means that we never really saw what a dark night is like in the country.
Up in Swedish Lapland, we stayed at one of the dreamiest accommodations we have ever set foot on, the world-famous Mirror Cube at the TreeHotel Sweden!
In the capital, we had a more regular type of lodging, but we had plenty of fun exploring the quirks of the Swedish capital (and of Swedes themselves!), while still getting some work done at the best places for digital nomads in Stockholm.
Two months living in a new city may not suffice to feel like a local. But it sure is enough time to start understanding what makes a place and its people unique. Spending several weeks in Stockholm, allowed me to realize that many of the stereotypes you hear about Swedes … more »
Finding free WIFI in Stockholm is certainly not a hard task. This is the Capital of Scandinavia, for Christ’s sake! So finding a good place to work from in Sweden’s main city is not about the connectivity. It’s more about sitting down in a pleasant and inspiring spot. Also, it’s … more »
Mexican cuisine has got to be one of the most misrepresented when it comes to the international dining scene. So much that, for years, and until we actually traveled to Mexico, Ashray was convinced he hated Mexican food. Turns out those cheap cheese and sour cream loaded Mexican wannabe snacks … more »
Traveling from Helsinki to Stockholm was way more tiring than expected. Even though flights between the capitals of Finland and Sweden take less than one hour, we arrived in Stockholm to (yet another) disaster Airbnb. We haven’t been very lucky with this platform lately, that is for sure. This time, … more »