Hey! Yesterday I did a little trip to Gothenburg with my dad and took these pictures.
The first ones that you can see at the top of the post were taken when we were waiting for the bus in the morning. The sky looked beautiful.
In the next picture you can see a latte and a croissant. That was what I had for breakfast at Brogyllen café -if you've been following me since at least one year and a half, you'll probably know I always go there to eat my beloved croissants-.
After the "croissant ritual" we walked around the streets, went to some shops and bought a book in a book outlet. The book is "Not That Kind of Girl", written by Lena Dunham. I think it will be an interesting read. I'll probably start to read it today in the plane -I'm flying back to Spain after a week in Sweden-.
The rest of the pictures were taken later at Gothenburg Museum of Art, where we saw a very interesting exhibition about the creators of the camera that went to the moon in the Apollo 11 spaceflight; another one about the conception of death through History; and three more of which Lotta Antonsson's was the one I found the coolest (the four last pictures are of her exhibition).