Hotel Master Johan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... also marks my first time leaving Denmark since I arrived two weeks ago, wow!
Fun Fact: Many years ago, Denmark acquired Greenland in a land grab between the other Scandinavian countries. Since Greenland is a colony of the Kingdom of Denmark and is located near Iceland in the Atlantic Ocean, one would think a Greenlandic person would look European or the typical blonde hair, blue eyes. However, I was informed by my Danish mom, Sanne, they actually look more Asian!
I think the weather gods knew Zoe was coming because we had a **** summer until a couple of days before she arrived in Sweden and after that it's been amazing weather, although a little bit dry which has resulted in flash flooding and as of late... Sweden's first bush fire that is still going strong.
We left Gothenburg early in the morning and after about 4 hours we arrived in Malmö. We were picked up by my friend Katrin and stayed with her for ...
... up a hill and came upon a house with very different statues. I liked them though. At the top of this hill you could see the water, so we followed the hill down until we came to a big red gate. We saw that it was closed so we got really disappointed, but a couple laughed and opened the door for us. We went under the train through a tunnel and across a road to the edge of the sea. We stood on the rocks for a while gazing. I love being with Lizzie because she ...
... be in a beautiful green space. I remember my grandpa telling me Chicago gets old because after while it becomes all concrete and tall buildings (which may not apply to you, but does for us because I have grown up with 50 acre open fields). Anyway I never see this being the case in Copenhagen, there is always a park you can escape to. I saw many plants and trees that I had never seen before, and I will probably never know the names of because all of the ...
... the salesman. While the team split and the party seemed to be breathing its last breathe alas it has only just begun. Kim and I kicked off the continuing party by heading to a coffee shop to get our bearings and enjoy some of the local coffee (most coffee here beats American coffee by a little over a mile). After talking to the local barista. We were recommended to go to a place called
Dyrehavn - to get some local food and drink (came to find out it was one of ...