Hotel Duxiana Malmo
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... fine food opportunities. The ship building company of Kockums used to be the city's biggest employer, but today the industrial city of old has been replaced by vast areas of middle-class suburban housing and modern eco-friendly neighbourhoods.
An early lone swim in the excellent pool gives a relaxing start to the day. Down for breakfast at 08.30 where there is a wonderful array of European breakfast foods to suit all. We eat well then return to the room to pack and check out by 09.40 to enable us to explore old town Bremen before the station meet at 11.00. The town is just waking up, weather picking up to, it's dry so a good time to see the marketplace and ...
... Philharmonic Choir from Aalborg, another island not far from Copenhagen, and they are first class . A quite wonderful performance lasting an hour with Magnificats by Vivaldi and Stanford, other lovely 16th C works including William Byrd whom I love, then a fantastic contemporary work, Pater Noster(1991) by a Danish composer called Michael Bojesen ( Baartzy there's one for you to look up!) Another absolute treat!
... much closer to the Turning Torso, we had good views of that too. And just out across the water you could see the entire Oresund Bridge. And even the tops of the Copenhagen buildings along the horizon. Lucky it was a nice sunny day. We sat by the water for a long time, enjoying the sunshine! It took a surprisingly long time to walk back to the train station - 45 minutes! I hasn't realised we had walked so far. It was a nice walk. We went a ...
... don't include linens or towels in the price of the room. Here they wanted like $15 per person for them, which I proclaimed to be outrageous using some profanity (we got f**ked). The woman overheard and we ended up getting linens for free! Dinner was some pasta with green and red pesto and a salad, followed by some conversation with Javier, a Spanish pipe fitter working in Sweden, then off to bed
We left the nut house early ...