Stockholm, Sweden - the Stadshuset(City Hall) on King's Island serves as a city landmark during the day. It is the site of Stockholm's city government in its Viking-inspired Council Chambers and also hosts the annual Nobel Prize ceremony in it's Blue Room. At night it turns magical when the Tre Kroner (Three Crowns) symbol atop the tower is lit with blue and gold.
Toftaholm Manor, southern Sweden - this family-owned lakeside inn was especially beautiful when the mustardy-yellow color was lit both from inside and out at night.
Ferry/ship cruise between Denmark and Norway - this is the view from my cabin window as we made our way through the narrows of the Oslo Fjord to Oslo.
Flamsbrygga Hotel, smack in the middle of northern Norway's mountains, waterfalls, ravines and sheer cliffs. Reached by the high elevation Flam Railway.
Hotel Alexandra in Loen, Norway. Set amidst towering mountains on the waters of the Nordfjord, my view was of the lakeside gardens. One afternoon I enjoyed watching some children playing with a white fur ball of a puppy--all were very excited!