Hotel Duxiana Malmo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... In 1658, as a result of many years of war, Denmark ceded the city to Sweden in the Treaty of Roskilde. After an industrial revolution, Malmö grew rapidly and served as one of the earliest and most industrialized cities of Scandinavia but, until the turn of the millennium it was regarded more as a dull worker's city in the backdrop of ...
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... evacuated. Can't confirm it but I smelt a bad chemical smell so firemen etc all there to get under control. Finally got a taxi here. What a great spot. Just moments from down town. Did some walking, had an amazing dinner outside on the canal. Then back here for happy ...
... Unfortunately they are all leaving by the end of the week, but I was happy to have them for the night. It was a little walk to the ferry that would take us to the Harbor. The final party would be in the same place as it was the night before, but this time I'd actually be going inside. We got our wristbands that at the time Gracie and I were NEVER cutting off. ( the next morning I realized how insanely tight mine was and found some scissors). We found two other girls from DIS ...
... current building was erected in 1930 and is a rather odd looking red brick building with cylindrical 'store house' style parts on either side of the front of the building. The building did have a cool reflection in the surrounding canal though. Through the trees, the Turning Torso building pokes out every now and then. At 190m tall, it is Sweden's tallest building. It was constructed in 2005 and turns though 90 degrees from the top to the bottom. ...