Hotel Duxiana Malmo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... dispose organic garbage and trash in a disposal pipes to be transformed into heat and energy. Meanwhile Sweden does that, in Mexico and in the USA we still have troubles managing garbage and landfills.
The car share program "Sunfleet" is also very interesting and the fact that it is very easy to use makes it convenient for residents of the area. The memberships of all residents are paid by the developers with saving from unbuilt ...
... fell in love when we got to Nyhavn, the colorful canal street that is so associated with Copenhagen. We also visited Christiania, an alternative community that still exists, despite Copenhagen's liberal attitude. We couldn't take any photos inside, but it was very cool and folky. There is a Green Light District where marijuana is still technically illegal to buy and sell but it happens very readily and publicly.
We saw a few more sights after ...
... by going out to dinner on the Nyhavn Canal that night. It was a little chilly, but we still wanted to eat outside; plus, they have heating lamps under the awnings as well. The food was delicious! While we sat on the canal, we saw some more kids walk by with painted faces, and one dressed as Kobe Bryant (which made Tom super excited). Besides those kids, that was all of any Halloween celebration that we saw.
My CBS "Buddy" and I met up for coffee the day ...
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 ...
... more knackered and broken looking people lurching long in ghastly fluourescent lycra outfits. Who could have guessed that there are as many lunatics in the place? Our first stop was the most fabulous coffee and cake shop. Hidden away down a back alley and decorated with cakery of all sorts, this was the place of dreams for the cake enthusiast. Of course, being in Denmark, one has to face the Pastry, so we had a coffee and a slice. Although I had asked for the ...