Mercure Hotel Malmo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... of Comm Ave back home and the general vibe from Boston bike
advocacy posting’s that the bike lanes could be better. This temporal theme makes
me really question the notion of “complete streets”. They don’t have that
concept here, The street is always evolving, never complete. Even the name of
one of the government documents is good, better, best. I want to find a way to
highlight the ...
... is excellent but the seats are pretty tight and the beverage and food are downright stingy. You do get a small bottle of water and are mostly ignored unless you flag someone down. All things considered, it was fine. We were greeted at baggage claim by a representative from our tour group. He got us a cart and escorted us out of the terminal. We waited while he got our driver who got all of our luggage out to a beautiful touring van. It was just the three ...
... to be sustainable. Why? Because we can. The next revolution we have will be green. This isn't matter of politics and parties. If it was conservation of any kind it should be at the forefront of any group who considers themselves conservatives... Malmö is home of the Turning Torso Tower by the Architect Santiago Calatrava. I liked it a lot. I like how it rises distinctly higher than the rest of ...
... a mini amusement park but also had gardens restaurants and an amphitheater where plenty of concerts are shown. Really nice to walk around. On the walk home we walked into a protest happening due to the upcoming election. We were questioned by the po po as it looked like we were involved but we explained that we were Aussies just having a sticky beak and he let us through. Tonight Simmo and I made Tacos for dins :) On Thursday we caught the train to a park. Such a peaceful ...
... Or perhaps my gloves were so cold that it wasn't allowing the snow to melt. We left Copenhagen on Boxing Day, and had a stop over in Malmo for lunch before heading on to Gothenburg. The train from Denmark to Sweden takes 30 minutes to get to Malmo, and travels over the longest bridge in Europe. I preferred Malmo to Copenhagen, but perhaps only because there was more open. We stayed in Malmo overnight on our way back from Oslo. It is such a nice city, it is quite old ...