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We took the train over the Orsund bridge to Malmo. Sweden is so close - we were there in about 30 minutes. We spent the day discovering Malmo - a little taste of Sweden. The sky is blue and the lady in the shop said we have been so lucky with the weather. Another great day. LOL - the wind farms in the sea OMG - not as many smokers - so many people smoke in Denmark everywhere Steps - ...
How is this for customer service:
When I walked in he shouts "Lisa! Have you been here all week? I haven't seen you!"
Which I really wanted to reply with "yes, I have been here all week...I just carry all my stuff with me all the time" ...
... with a stuffed koala?
Yeah, that's when Jane's friend walked in to meet me.
GREAT FIRST IMPRESSION LISA. GOOD JOB ONCE AGAIN!
And then, somehow....I ended up doing a circus show in the loungeroom!
I traded chair balancing and ...
This blessed wind just will not go away! Once again it was blowing a good F5 from the west but this time it had a touch of south in it so we could motor sail to Aarhus. We set off at 10:00 and plodded our way across the bay, promising ourselves that this will be THE last time that we do this (until the next time that is!).
As we approached Aarhus, we made a decision not to go into the marina in town, as we were pretty unimpressed with it the last time we were here, in ...
... out of Copenhagen for the last time. I was very impressed with this Salty Old Town, and one day I would like to come back and visit some of the things I missed and others that were so lovely the first time around. I would definitely like to spend some additional time down at Nyhavn, just relaxing and people watching.
We traveled west through Zealand going far south of Hoelbaek, which my Christensen heritage is from. My ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed