Travel Blogs from Malmö
Last day of the conference, will stay here tonight and then need to find a room for Friday night. Carrie has a long day today. Pat and I plan to do the beach and Kung Park, and probably some shopping. Mailed Post Cards. Most shops don't open until ten O'clock so we are heading to Central Station, beach, park etc.
Patsy and Kaye took a morning bus tour of Malmo; went to a suburb and along the harbor. Got to snap pictures of the Oresund between Malmo and Copenhagen. Carrie joined us in the afternoon to tour the Viking Reserve of Foteviken, about 20 km from Malmo. This is a 'living history' settlement with interpreters. It consists of a re-creation of a …
Carrie wasn't feeling well this morning...too much partying at the Roche event at City Hall the night before! She didn't get home from dinner until 1 a.m. Patsy and Kaye went to breakfast; had Swedish pancakes, lots of cheeses, fresh-baked bread and meat. Carrie did manage to make it to the conference at noon. Patsy and Kaye went on a boat ride oe …
9 a.m. - Just finished breakfast at the hotel. Very different food- rye bread, cheeses, meats, swedish pancakes, fruit soup; almost like a lunch. Carrie went to the conference at the Malmo Convention Center (Malmo Massan), an old Volvo factory. Pat and I will do the town today.
Sat. May 9, 1:50 P.M. from Patsy.
Went to St. Peter's …
Carrie had to work. Kaye and Patsy went on a 3 hour walking tour of Malmo. Tour guide Anette Olsson was very informative and helpful; she grounded us and let us know where we were in relation to the central city. Toured the western harbor area; the twisted torso building and planned housing next to it in an old industrial area. The Kings Park, …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility