One of the most interesting photography museums I've ever visited

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Oh the days! Trips always seem to get over just when I'm getting into the mood of things! I woke up that morning, as always by 7a and headed for breakfast. The pesky roommate asked if I could borrow some soap. Anyway, I left rather relaxedly (and ensured I showered and checked out after everyone else had left the room). I didn't have a whole lot planned. I was going to visit Drottningholm Palace but it was closed for the season (yes!). So, I  decided to just visit the Photography museum, walk around the central/shopping area and head to the airport.

To get to the photography museum, one must take a ferry (well, the same ferry I took to the ABBA  museum, but in the other direction). It arrived on time and we departed. I was one of very few on the ferry. The problem though was, I thought it'll be an easy walk to the photography museum from the dock but it was LONG. Plus, didn't help that there's major construction work going on which means  i had to walk up the road (above the museum), then find a public stairway to the museum. Plus, it was raining and the roads were filled  with puddles.

I've written a detailed review of the museum below.

Once done with the museum, I caught the subway to the central district. I walked around for a bit, but the rain was patering rather hard, and it just didn't make sense to walk around for the sake of walking around. So, with a microwave friendly mac'n'cheese in hand, I headed back to the hostel. I used the kitchen facilities, warmed  my lunch (whilst charging my mobile) and spent time till 215p when I thought I'd head to the station. 

And here began the problem - the bus was delayed by over 25 minutes to a point where I started panicking. I had to go to the terminus, and then catch the Arlanda Express. 

Fortunately, the bus did arrive - and I headed to the terminus with a 5 min wait for the Express. Goodbye Stockholm!

As a totally offtopic, I thought I was riding in the same bus with a very popular S Indian actress Suhasini. Turns out, it was just a look-alike, as she was on the return bus as well. LOL!

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photo by: Chokk