We managed to travel to Sweden without too much difficulty. Amazingly, we caught all three of our planes, and so did our luggage. The last leg was questionable, as our plane to Goteborg was scheduled to take off just an hour after our flight to Copenhagen arrived, but that flight landed 30 minutes late. Luckily, about 30 people on the Chicago-Copenhagen flight were catching the plane to Goteborg, so they held it.
It is raining here in Goteborg, but not enough to keep us from exploring. Once again, the Lonely Planet guide has steered us right. We found a cool hipster bar to grab a drink (their music was straight off yesterday’s playlist on The Current), then a great restaurant called Smaka for dinner. We had salmon carpaccio and a creamy reindeer tartare to start, and some lovely fish balls (just for you, Drea) and pork cheeks for mains. Now we’re regrouping at the hotel before heading out to find a cool place for a Saturday night drink.