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... the street and tried to figure out how to get to the tourist information center. Finally, we found our way there and got a map that we could take with us as well as some recommendations for sights to see. The tourist information guide recommended seeing the Twisting Torso, a famous architectural building in the city, a castle and gardens to check out, and gave us directions to find the beach.
Malmo is the ...
I went to USA last summer, and this winter, but only "bloged" through Twitter and Facebook, which sucks. It's really hard to find what you wrote down and the pictures you posted if you wanna go back to it.
Travelpod really makes me write down **** that happened, I mean, not just a blurb "everything is alright", but actually getting down to the stories of what happened, with no Facebook-bias of trying to paint a pretty ...
... canals. Here you can visit the Nordic regions oldest surviving Renaissance Castle, crawl through a real submarine and relive the past by viewing the different vehicles and air transportation display.
The "Malmohus Castle was originally a minor citadel whose construction was ordered in 1434 by Erik of Pomerania, the King of the Kalmar Union which brought Norway, Sweden and Denmark together under ...
... statue known as The Little Mermaid. It is a statue on the banks of the river made to represent a character from a Hans Christian Anderson tale (later adapted by Disney of course). We still had a bit of time to waste so we took a different way home and just wandered the pretty streets. The houses are less fancy than other European cities here and seem more sophisticated and orderly. They are still tall, narrow and close together though.
... group of Canadians playing Beer Frisbee, eh?
Even though the sun wasn't out today, Sweden had a beautiful sunset.
Tomorrow we have tickets to watch the Czechs and Germany at 1:30 pm and then CANADA battles with Slovakia at 5:30 pm.
Watch for us ... we will be cheering loudly!!
GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO
... til next time,
Phil & Sandra