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September 17, 2009


Wow amazing!

Absolutely stunning!

oh this looks right up my alley, chelsea! thanks for taking photos ....

chelsea can you bring it home to the USA pretty please:)

*sighs* that does sound like a slice of heaven!

beautiful!!! and it's a public space, amazing. i think you are right chelsea, jane would love this! :)

how quaint & charming

This looks like it came from someone's dreams! It would be the funnest place for a date.

Ooh, to think we were so close to it when I was in Stockholm. Lovely.

this is my dream! so lovely! i will have to remember it if i ever make it to sweden this year!

I am so glad someone from another country appreciate one of my favourite places on the planet. Rosendahl is almost too good to be true. But that is like a lot of things in Sweden, surely it can not be that perfect?!! I live in London now and get weepy looking at your pics.

Oh, I want to be there. Lovely.

what a gorgeous place..i'm jealous of your sweden adventures. hope to get there someday.

Oh my dear lord, that place looks like heaven. Thank you for these photos!

Chelsea this place looks stunning and your photos are gorgeous!

Yes, it really does look like a little slice of heaven. I could get lost in there for hours!

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