Grand Hotel Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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Jack Kerouac said, "Des Moines, Iowa was home to the most beautiful girls in the world." The beatnik writer must have never been to Malmö, Sweden. Malmö is a very progressive city. The city itself is striving to be the most cycle friendly city in the world. We had the opportunity to meet with the company or city officials, I'm not sure which, who were in charge of the design of the West ...
... is well maintained and presents well. Food has been good so far with reasonable offerings in the buffet and main dining room.
There was a port lecture this morning to give us some information on all four ports that we will be visiting. It was a bit chatty and not as professional as some of the ships we have been on but it did giver us an overview of the port, the excursions and what we ...
... the reality of it all and makes me appreciate a trip that originated amazing friendships with them.
Kimmie's mother was able to get us all a boat trip from her work which included a tour through the canals and bay area. Mille and Kimmie rarely, if ever, see their city from the seat of a visitor so they had fun as well being tourists in their home town. We finished off our tour with a real Danish dessert from Denmark. That day, we also went ...
Malmo is Sweden's third largest city on the southwest coast, almost a suburb of Copenhagen now due to the 20 min Oresund Bridge Sea Crossing. On my last visit in 2003 I took the train south from Oslo, stopped in Malmo for about an hour, before getting back on the train to Copenhagen. Today was to be a similar ...
... just before boarding. The boat was really cool. The cabins were a decent size, (especially for one) a non-scary bathroom and almost decent pillows. There was a choice of restaurants and a few little bars with good music. At one point I was standing at the bar waiting to order my drink, humming away to whatever tune came over the PA, when I realised that tune was "One summer" by Daryl Braithewaite. Really Denmark, this is what you know about Aussie music? The first part of the ...