”You can change in Marievik, too,” says colleague Lisa when we småspringer to blåbussen. ”All the buses stop in Marievik, it is just before the Liljeholmen.”
Yes. Just this place I know much about. You could say that I am one of the true connoisseurs of Marievik.
beautiful. In my mind I see how the gulf are teeming with these sailboats as if spring are looking into under the Stockholm bridges. Marie, which gave the place its name, was a famous gästgiverska against the 1700-century; she used to spilling the wine on the Bellman and figures on a light ekivok drawing of himself Sergel.
" Marievik suitable, I think, extremely well for flanerande. If the autumn you can sit on a rickety chair at one of the strandcaféerna and watch people who are younger than you and have more in a hurry with life. On the other side of the bay you can see a glimpse of the old brewery, now the petanque hall and restaurant.
from any of the Marieviks cliffs, or bathing one evening in August. Then, you hear the music from the small outdoor stage a few hundred metres away. What would life be without Marievik?
Unfortunately, I have never been there. Not set a single footprint on the site. However, I have made me a picture, and over the years filled in and enhanced. Marievik, with its beautiful name, is for me the very essence of all that is good with Stockholm.
God forbid that I one day end up there, and let reality be setting themselves right in the way of my dream.
Erik Helmerson is an editorial writer and think otherwise, to Stockholm's most beautiful names is the Large shade.