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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... In 1658, as a result of many years of war, Denmark ceded the city to Sweden in the Treaty of Roskilde. After an industrial revolution, Malmö grew rapidly and served as one of the earliest and most industrialized cities of Scandinavia but, until the turn of the millennium it was regarded more as a dull worker's city in the backdrop of ...
... we find ourselves by the Round Tower, it's mainly a ramp until the last 30 steps so we decide to go up. It's a little gem, an observatory but with a lovely library room, currently with modern art exhibition, the exact position of all Danish distant measurement on the way up. Great views across the city again. We eventually reach Kultorvet Square in the Latin Quarter, with cafés, ...
... and no motor bikes and not too many cars. Some lovely church spires, old houses 17th and 18 th C, Town Hall dating back to 11th C all in the unique Danish style. Of course everyone knows how lovely the Danes are and it's claimed to be the happiest country. People are be very willing to smile and engage and are extremely polite and helpful in a very warm way.We follow a wonderful curved spire to find Frelsers Kirke ...
... current building was erected in 1930 and is a rather odd looking red brick building with cylindrical 'store house' style parts on either side of the front of the building. The building did have a cool reflection in the surrounding canal though. Through the trees, the Turning Torso building pokes out every now and then. At 190m tall, it is Sweden's tallest building. It was constructed in 2005 and turns though 90 degrees from the top to the bottom. ...
... but due to the early time in the year still a bit bleak. Also, the Palm house is looking like a space ship with it's silver solar panels. It's only excuse is the ongoing reconstruction work... So I go back to the Gothersgade exit and sit in the sun. After that I decide to slightly change the plans to stay outside and take the Metro to Kobenhavn H to try the TIVOLI. However, not only does it cost 30€, it also looks a lot ...