Hotel Duxiana Malmo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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left me wanting more at the time, but I’m starting to see the idea that there
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over is continual efforts. Copenhagen has lots of construction and development
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... more for the non-adventurous crowd. There was plenty of wine and beer too. The people all seem very nice. One family is from Rochester and live in Greece at Long Pond and Latta. Small world. After dinner Ruth and I headed down to the pool because 2 of the people on the trip said how neat it is. It is a very neat pool and we had it to ourselves. We got there close to 10 pm closing time . Tomorrow we hope to get up early and swim before breakfast and enjoy another full day in ...
... It was pretty amazing. I really don't know where to start. The West Harbor was old ship yard or docks turned into development. The area was very green and sustainable. Green roofs, quaint three to five stories residents apartments, solar powered car share systems and whatever else you can imagine in the realm of sustainability. If a town farther north than Juneau can do it every city in North Americs should ...
... the smallest we have seen so far but with beautiful gardens. We then headed to Town Hall as there is the longest pedestrian shopping strip in Europe. We were going to attempt to find some new jeans each as I had s blow out on the bike and Simmo had recently had a blow out back in Hamburg. It was raining at this point so we ended up looking in two shops then we found a pub with WiFi to message Tess. We met her back at Tivoli and all went in for a look around and a beer it ...
... decorated the mini Christmas tree we collected on our walk around Copenhagen, and watched some videos. When we awoke on Christmas morning, feeling a little shabby after a very late night drinking, we got dressed as quickly as we could and walked in the snow. I made a muddy snow angel, we licked the snowflakes off the trees, and drew decorations in the car windows. The snow was still so powdery that it was difficult to make snow balls. I had no idea snow could get ...