Hotel Master Johan
Travel Blogs from Malmö
... were geese and statues and beautiful bridges everywhere. We also happened upon a tightrope walker and watched him get halfway across the river before falling. It was like getting to see a circus act for free.
We enjoyed walking around town, looking at ships and boats. It wasn't too cold so the walk was quite pleasant. Unfortunately, our night train to Denmark was too expense to allow us to stay the night so we left and took a night train to Amsterdam. That ...
... must win' game and the boys dug deep and pulled off a 5-3 victory. It was a nerve racking game, that had me on the edge of my seat several times, and I think my heart skipped a few beats a couple of times too. Germany's win and Finland's upset over Russia today certainly helped Canada's cause. Only 2 teams remain undefeated ... Sweden and USA.
Tomorrow we will be ...
... Frankly, Sweden looks nothing like what I'd expected. There were beautiful half-timbered German buildings, and lots of tall, ornate 18th century buildings lining the canal. It looks similar to Copenhagen, actually. I guess I was expecting an entire town decorated like an IKEA catalog. With meatballs.
There is a surprising lack of stuff to do in Malmo, despite its being one of the largest cities in Sweden. We strolled their pedestrian strogade, which ...
... the city started to grow on me more.
I wouldn't have minded a couple more days here now but I've booked a train to Kiel tomorrow - as Arved's offered me a place to crash - and I'm not that sad to be going.
Personally I definitely preferred Stockholm, I think I like the more ordered clean nature of it and as it's built around the fiords it has a really natural ...
... I definitely won't be the last to touch things inside those walls. 26th June: Today was the day most people were looking forward to, as we finally heading into the beautiful countryside of Norway. It only took us little over an hour to get to the border (which we took photos over the country borderline). There is also a hugging statue here to represent peace between Sweden and Norway. We then continued our trip towards Lillehammer, through the valley of valleys and the town of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center