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Had our last big breakfast at the hotel and booked out.Left our luggage in the basement lockers and set off to see the art work on the eastern side of the wall that still trmains.Walked west from a the hotel toward the river.The work could be seen best from the bridge crossing the river and was partly overgrown by trees.It began raining softly but soakingly and we regretted not bringing our umbrella and wet gear...kept on ...
Take a moment and imagine living steps away from the ocean in a home that was powered by the biogas from your food waste. Well, in Malmo, Sweden that and so much more is possible! Not many have heard of Malmo, but it is the third largest city in Sweden with 300,000 residents and growing. The beautiful city just a 30 minute train ride from Copenhagen. There you will find that sustainability and cycling are the king and queen of ...
... had become used to buying wine in the supermarkets in the Baltics. But we were prepared, and before we left Denmark we bought a little stash to send us on our way.
We enjoyed our time in Malmo - there are some lovely buildings and lots of greenery. We chanced upon a garden show in ...
... had identified a wild camping spot near Lomma - right on the beach. Wild camping is OK in Sweden as long as you are at least 150m from a house or cabin and not on private land. There was plenty of parking and a wind surfing school., behind dunes leading to the beach. There was a good view of the Oresund bridge. ...
... to come across one Shell petrol station at all in our travels. Amsterdam is a lively and beautiful city. It has riches galore, but seedy undercurrents, as with all cities anywhere. We walked all over the city, took a canal boat ride and visited the infamous red-light district, but like the infamous Hay Street in Kalgoorlie, did not see one prostitute sitting in a window. They were however, to be found sitting around the pubs, trademark red shoes and red lippie! ...