Like just about everybody else in the world, our spring vacation was cancelled. Disappointing but that doesn't mean we can't push our Scandinavian grand tour to next year. Who knows what next year will be like but we have to have faith in something. If nothing else, the planning is fun.
I've been considering the segments of our trip that I didn't have as much time to plan before. For the Sweden portion, I'm thinking about our time in Gothenburg. Originally, the plan was four nights in Stockholm, train, five nights in Gothenburg (five nights was my sister's idea) and then bus to Oslo. I feel drawn to the archipelago and we would, at the very least, take a day trip there. I know there's ferry options for that.
I'm wondering what the logistics might be for getting from Gothenburg to a nice place to stay on a island for a couple of nights and then proceed on to Oslo. We don't want to rent a car but are good with buses and trains. Is this at all doable? Would it be needlessly complicated without a car? We travel light and don't mind some connections as long as I've got it nailed down in advance. If the answer is, "girl, without a car, it's going to take forever.", I can live with that. I'm just exploring possibilities.