Comfort Hotel Malmo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... very cold today, there was no one eating outside and it was in fact quite deserted. We passed through and went to Malmöhus Castle which was originally a citadel that unified Norway, Sweden, and Denmark under the same monarch in the mid 1400s. Inside it has been converted into a museum with multiple exhibits including various paintings, artifacts, photographs, and furniture from various time periods. We were able to see some of the original furniture, artifacts, and ...
... hours instead. [nb: at the very end of the day we did happen across a free bike stand *groan* but they were way too big for Tallis to ride and so would have been impossible for us to hire 2 and dink 3 boys anyway. Plus- being the only stand we found… we would have risked riding around for ages trying to find another stand to return them too]
As it turned out, the Danish REALLY love their bikes. We ...
... with bread and pickled goods. All i can say is they definitely know how to preserve all the salami's were awesome. The fennel one was the least preferred combination but still delicious.
Due to this amazing experience I want to pickle more and more now at home.
After this lovely plate we had the next two. Maggie got the Lambsholder roasted in rosemary and anchovy with selected roast vegetables. I got the ...
... and also having just come from Germany where it's so good. However, we've been following a blog written by a couple who travelled though Europe and they got away with it no problems so we stayed the night in a spot recommended by them. In fact we've started following them pretty closely. As they went our general direction, where we don't really have a preference we've ended up just going where they went. Anyway, the spot ...
... sitting down at a table next to some other guys. I met Victor, Daniel, and another guy I can't remember his name. Victor was from Columbia whose parents were Danish missionaries. He lived in the mountains and went to an American school there. His teacher was from Chicago so he had a very similar accent to mine. Daniel was from Italy, but his parents were from Ghana and Kenya. The last guy's family was from the Ivory Coast but he was born in South Korea. He also lived ...