Best Western Malmia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... got kind of repetitive. Yet again we have found that things that we want to see are not open to the public until mid April or May!
28th March - Copenhagen sights.
Very nice, if very cold, day spent taking in the sights of one of the worlds most popular cities, and its easy to see why. Astounding mixes of modern and historical architecture, rubbing shoulders combined with intense national pride, and a love of the arts and the outdoors. Very cool ...
... seen yet which was great. We decided to ask some Swedish University students for directions. They were very nice and walked us to our dorm. After we found our dorms, we went to the supermarket (which was right next door to the dorms - how great!) to buy food to make for dinner. All of the food was in Swedish so we were going by what the food looked like to decide what it was. I wanted to buy turkey lunch meat but I ...
We made it to Sweden! Our flight left from Chicago at 5:25 PM (Central Standard Time) and we arrived in Stockholm at 7:40 AM (Swedish Time). They served us dinner on the plane (salad, chicken, peas and carrots, mashed potatoes, a roll, and cheesecake). We also were served breakfast on the plane (a turkey sandwich, yogurt and granola, orange juice, and a roll).
A few ...
Christmas day in Sweden is a "quiet" day after the presents have been opened, the Jul bord devoured and the snaps songs sung. So today we enjoyed a drive in the countryside, a visit to Tommy and Tina´s future home and a lovely lunch with their friends.
This morning the temperature registered -21C. We put on several layers of clothing in preparation for our outing. The sunny skies weren´t going to fool us...we knew it ...
This year we had the special opportunity to spend Christmas Eve (Julafton) with family members in northern Sweden.
Lars´youngest brother lives in Umeċ, about 700 KM north of Stockholm. It´s an easy trip by air and we boarded a Norwegian Air flight leaving Stockholm at 8:30 and we were walking on the tarmac in Umeċ by 9:30! Tommy and Tina were there to greet us and as we drove toward the center of town the snow flurries started to tapper off. A high pressure ...