Travel Blogs from Malmö
... a memorial for all the sailors who have perished in the sea. Along this harbour square is the home where Hans Christian Andersen lived.
Upon our return from the tour, we decided to go for a nice long walk. We walked for about 1.5 hrs, thru the streets of Copenhagen. We returned in time for our Christmas Eve dinner with the rest of the World Junior Hockey Fans.
... til next time,
Phil & Sandra
... and described where I needed to be, which was at a metro station across town from where I was.
The phone owner said that it's so far and I should take a bus, but I didn't have time. Plus, Copenhagen is so small that nothing is far away. I was booking it, but it was less than a 10 minute walk, even with my feet dead cold and wet from the morning's tour. Of course, when I got to the metro station, I then couldn't find the tour either. Again I borrowed a phone from a local ...
... decided to indulge in an ice cream (the only affordable food in this ritzy neighbourhood), admire the boats and bright buildings lining the canals, and thought why not do a second tour? We hopped on a canal tour boat and were shown around all the hot spots along the cityscape and its waters with the most refreshing sea breezes, sun in our faces, and arms around each other feeling so happy for this time. That evening we ...
... the future is to live as if there were none." ― Albert Einstein
For now I know the following part of the Asia Schedule:
May 29 & 30 - Singapore
May 30 to June 2 - Indonesia
June 2 back to Singapore and then we take it from there… But Thailand it will be from around June 10…
Take good care of each other and don't forget to enjoy the moment.
... so we could cycle up and down the coast , as far as Helsingor, and on a clear day we could see Sweden. Expensive, but worth it.
C itself was lovely, clean, tidy, full of cafes etc. Also has Tivoli Gardens and The Little Mermaid-which is tiny. But a lovely city for just wandering around, getting lost and stopping for coffee. Liked it so much we did it two ...