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Travel Blogs from Malmö
... many fireworks in my life ... it was spectacular!!
New Year's Day is a 'no game' day for all the teams. Canada plays again on Thursday, January 2, 2014 against the Swiss.
GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO GO CANADA GO
... til next time,
I better get to bed ... it's 4:45 am ... but I am still pumped about todays game!!
... interesting to look at. I love European churches they have amazing art and sculptures. We then went to see a home build by the rich families in the 1500's....it was like a time share. When a family was coming to see the King they would not want to stay at an inn with the commoners so they would stay at this house and the families co-ordinated the times they would be there. It was built in a tiny square hidden ...
... forecourt to watch this ancient ceremony. Nan and Aunt Sal managed to find a path through the crowd so Peter and I were front row to watch the “Changing of the Guards”.
It was a very hot day in Copenhagen so after standing in the hot sun for so long we decided we would walk to the canal area to cool off and also so our travelling companions could have lunch. Peter and I enjoyed the canal area it was a lovely place ...
DAY 172–173 – 20/06/13-21/06/13 – MALMO – STOCKHOLM
Welcome to Sweden, or as the locals say "Hej". This was not the welcome we really wanted though as we had to wake up at the ******** time of 4am to catch the cheapest train, the tight **** express, into Stockholm. A week ago, when booking the train the idea seemed so good, now, with only a few hours sleep under our belts it was evident ...
... bid us goodbye. We got heavily rained on going to dinner. Never mind, we enjoyed our last evening in Copenhagen and finished packing for our early start.
The words of the song are true. "wonderful wonderful copenhagen".
Hope our reader gets to see and enjoy this lovely place sometime or maybe just sing the song.
Report back in on the 17th with our first thoughts on Berlin.
Jeff and Wendy