Rut Ragnars Hostel
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I took the 45 min train from the northern port city of Helsingborg to Malmo, from where I had crossed by ferry into Sweden, arriving in Malmo by 5pm. I still had time to walk around before dark.
Since my last visit in 2003 a new set of modern towers has gone up as the city is slowly becoming more of a ...
- There are more bikes than people.
- Leave your Danish to English dictionary at home; you won’t need it. Everyone speaks English.
- The restaurant scene here is incredible.
- Christiania is a city within Copenhagen where they have no rules. If you want to go to Copenhagen but laws aren’t your thing, Christiania is the place for you. If you’re the type of person ...
... vintage zoo postcards I can make into a pretty cool arrangement. We decided to go to Our Saviors Church that has a spiral tower you can climb to the top. It is 30 Kr but worth the view. You have to climb up the bell tower through stairs, ladders, more questionable stairs, and finally you come to the top where you have to walk around the spiral tower to the top. Someone said they counted 400 stairs.. I definitely is a lot. But the view is incredible. Even though I had ...
... to live....novel idea. The guide says it rains half the time here, but we have a sunny late morning with blooming flowers around. Our canal tour back to the ship takes us past the very expensive apartments. The new opera house was a gift from the Mersk family. Another city that is built on islands connected with canals and bridges. This was supposed to be a 2 1/2 mile walk but I am sure it was more by the time we got on and off the ship. We made it! ...
... had a long way to go and short time to get there. Our only stop of the day was in Norrköping, an old industrial city known for its textile industry. The city is situated on a canal with makes the central area very interesting. We stopped at the Labor museum which turned out to be really confusing, but also really interesting. After walking around for a bit and taking in some all you can eat Thai food, it was time to make the final push. We stayed in a ...