Hotel Master Johan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... seconds to get back over there and find the lock! I didn't think it was going to be found when I was checking the patch of grass. Lizzie walked up ahead and noticed it in the road. It must have fallen out, but it was a big victory when she found it. I was so excited to not have that worry. In addition, I was able to get about 5 feet away from a fawn and then I saw two big deer with big antlers. It was definitely worth going back for that lock. We rode the S-tog back ...
... divine, there was more storage than we could use, bathrobes and slippers and we could walk around three sides of the bed. Plus we had a small living room with another TV, a table with 4 chairs, tea and coffee-making facilities including coffee pods in addition to instant coffee and the bathroom was larger than any other we have had. It had a shower, of course, a separate bath, two washbasins, nice shampoos, soaps, etc. and face washers. ...
... 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. ...
Well what a night. Although we both slept, we were very aware of the movement of the train. The train stopped numerous times, 4 to pick-up or drop-off passengers, and others for who knows what. We were served breakfast on the train, juice, rolls, various spreads and puréed apple. It was nice, and quite adequate. We arrived in Copenhagen at 10.30am after a 15 hour trip. Our trip to the Hotel was interesting ...