Clarion Collection Hotel Temperance
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Clarion Collection Hotel Temperance Malmö
Travel Blogs from Malmö
... This is because of the area's great stormwater system. I've never felt so drawn to a place as I am drawn to Malmo. Also, I have never been so interested in garbage! The waste vacuum system is amazing here--and it's so practical! This simple yet innovative design is something that could be implemented in the U.S., as they could replace current garbage bins in smaller, closer-knit communities. By starting a pilot program in a smaller community, the new design would ...
... to someday bury me there. I will thus start a new trend, "destination funerals."
Mike led us into the courtyard near Copenhagen University where he explained the Danes' love of singing. In the 19th century a Lutheran Pastor campaigned to provide education to poor Danes, saying that there was too much in the hands of too few, and too little in the hands of too many.
He perpetuated this message by creating songs for the ...
... looked good, it was definitely not suited for the vegetarian audience as the vegetarian option was a small bowl of lentil soup that was to be split between the entire floor. So still hungry and wanting to say a proper goodbye to Mom Dad and Nick, I traveled 25 minutes (via public trans) to a lovely small candlelight dinner in Vesterbro Torv. And after a lovely and heartfelt dinner, we got to the metro and parted ways. Nick was very in tuned to me ...
... li>Gamla Väster, between Lilla Torget and Malmöhus, is a quiet and sophisticated part of town with lots of galleries, design shops and restaurants. This is also one of the oldest parts of Malmö, and is a recommended visit for those who wish to see some of Malmös oldest architecture.
- Davidshallstorg is a square with design ...
... are not too much in evidence. Guess the promoted smoking and drinking takes it toll. The younger generation all speak English very fluently and a lot speak German, Swedish and Norwegian as well. Apparently it is popular to travel by train to Germany for shopping.
I am looking forward to getting on the ship and more in depth blogs tomorrow. Off to bed while listening to the rain. Cheers for ...