Comfort Hotel Malmo
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We bought our tickets and 35 minutes later we were in Sweden! Again, can't believe how close everything is! The train went over the Oresund Bridge which is an impressive piece of architecture. The view over the sea was gorgeous and you could see the Turning Torso building on the horizon. Malmo was freezing! Way colder than Copenhagen and it appeared they had a lot more snow than we did too! It was so ...
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... The day we arrived we went to look at Turning Torso, Sweden's tallest building (so far) and spent some time in the West Harbour. On the way home we stopped at the mall where Katrin works and Zoe was in heaven... Again!! More shopping... and dinner at Vapiano...
Went back to Katrin's place where Zoe played with her son Taylor for a while before bedtime...
Sunday! HOT hot hot... We went to the beach... 29 degrees... Then the evening train to Copenhagen!!
... no idea how you got there or how to get out. It was all one way in, walk in one direction, and you'll eventually find your way out.
They ahd some really interesting exhibits. I particularly liked the dolls houses, which, if you walked behind them, were all lit up and decorated. They were gorgeous doll houses, and not the type I wold let my toddler play with. It is too nice!
They also had Danish history through women's rights, through the 1800's apartments, ...
... from my kolliegium, Rachel tagged along. We had some slight difficulty figuring out how to buy a ticket and which one was the cheapest. We bought a 24 hr pass that allowed us to get on and off for about $25. Even though it felt like we were riding the struggle bus, we finally got on a train headed the way we needed around 1pm. The train ride was beautiful and I finally was able to see the countryside of Denmark. Catherine had her camera out and I was so excited I had ...