First Hotel Norrtull
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... sounds like a good few days out.
So here we are back in Malmo. Got the bus to the same hotel we stayed in 9 days ago. The Park Inn by Radisson Malmo. Good value and in a good position. They have a great all you can eat breakfast included in the price so we will have a good feed in the morning before we have our guided tour of Malmo.
After that across the bridge to Denmark and the Hotel ...
... flights. The good news is the flight to Reykjavik was only 7 hours with less than an hour layover in Iceland. My passport was stamped as we entered Iceland but it does not count toward my countries list as we never left the airport. I do have standards!
IcelandAir does a nice job on-board. They gave us a great duvet, a nice amenity kit and noise cancellation headsets. The meals were really good ( better than I would have expected to get on ...
... after aimlessly searching for my hostel for probably close to half an hour I was able to find two girls who were actually from the hostel and were just coming back for the day so they showed me the way. It turned out I was actually quite close to it but just going the wrong way... Upon checking in I learned that apparently Terrence in Swedish translates to Ted. Which lead to some confusion but it was quickly sorted out. I checked in and called it a day. Thursday ...
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Unfortunately I did a very poor job of recording the names of the artist as I was photographing the work. I was more captured by the feeling of some of the paintings and often details or technique. I share them here to give you an idea of what was in the exhibition. Please enjoy them keeping that in mind.
... the energy onto paper. He started pressing *******to the paper and then scribbling and then working intensely throughout the makeshift canvas... It looked like a cluster of big brush marks to me... but then he finished and bowed. The crowd clapped, stunned. Then with a translator, he explained his piece. He wrote/drew `young won ´in Korean, which means eternity. He pointed out the person on the bottom, and his mother on top and then the tail ...