The second day started and we drifted across the sea towards Djurgarden by a ferry. We decided to buy a day ticket for a public transport because it's the easiest way to move fast from a place a to the place b. Unfortunately we didn't have much time because a day is so short time. I would have liked to peek into many second hand stores, but the next time then.
We spent a few hours by walking around Skanssen. Skanssen is the open-air museum which includes many wild animals and breaths of the history. It's situated quite close to the city center so it's easy to find. I hadn't been there before so the place was worth visiting.
We walked along the streets of Gamlastad. Gamlastad is really beautiful borough. Buildings fascinates me a lot and also those small boutiques. I ended up taking a plenty of pictures of architecture as usually. Why there can't be this kind of place in Finland?!
A lonely walker brings to my mind remotely Jack the Ripper. Lovely old narrow path. I love those windows and lanterns.
A bunch of raccoons were posing us. They were so cute that I would have liked to take one to home.