Hotel Duxiana Malmo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
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... aviation, and there are lots of cut-away models, including the entire front end and cockpit of a Vickers Viscount. Visitors can walk (crawl, actually in places) through a 1943 Swedish U3 submarine. Unfortunately the displays are only labelled in Swedish, but is well worth a visit, nonetheless. Adult entrance fee is 40SEK. ...
... day - all starting on stages from 7 pm, including the night parade (past our bedtime). It is not what we had thought though we did find a German Biergarten away from children and enjoyed a German lunch of bratwurst and sauerkraut, and goulash with crunchy rye roll, with a stein of Danish royal beer. Don't send Fay to the bar she gets her pints and litres mixed up, so we got a litre stein. Fay knows she is ageing when she couldn't carry the beers ...
... Somewhere between all of this, Stephan came back with a bottle of schnapps for Jasper and whoever else bought it. Stephan was working the next day so was sticking to coke. My original plan was not to try any, but after giving Jasper a speech earlier about being picky and having to try everything once, I had to try this stupid Danish schnapps once. We ended up having three cheers, so three shots of this later, I never acquired a good taste for it. Each went down ...
... Under blue skies the bicycle capital of the world was beautiful. We mostly just walked around the capital looking at buildings. We took a canal tour (40dkk) which provided a pretty good overview of the city. Antisocial Jamie left around 530, while I stayed for the weekly couch surfing event at a local bar. Met some interesting people, though not as interesting as in Reykjavik or Stockholm. Got back to camp around 1130 thoroughly tired, and ready ...
... going about 30 mph and not taking any chances while other cars flew by as if there was no rain at all. Fortunately, it didn't last very long and we began seeing clear blue skies again as we approached Malmo. We were planning on camping for the next few days. I hadn't brought a tent with me from home. So, the top priority was to buy one. Luckily, I found one that would perfectly suit my needs (it was small and cheap) at a store called Oob. With that resolved, we checked into ...