Mercure Hotel Malmo
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... dgården, Malmö
- Slottsträdgården, (Castle Garden) located south of the castle, within Kungsparken (King's Park). This is one of the city's newest amenities and is an organic community garden, open throughout the year. There are eight themed gardens and a potager. Freshly picked flowers and vegetables are available for purchase in ...
... to Nyhaven (New Harbor) the harbor area that you see on postcards with all the pretty colored buildings and boats. Kind of like a bigger version of the Annapolis dock area. It took about 25 minutes to walk there but through lovely squares and on pedestrian streets. We then took one of the canal boat tours. They have these funny very low boats that hold about 100 people powered by batteries so no smelly gas smell that go in the harbor and through the ...
... use this fork and drag them from their shells-- they would finally come out with a plopping sound--rather off putting--and I found them somewhat fishy tasting. I had a glass of their house white wine (smelled like cat urine so not my favorite!).
We headed back to our room as the jet lag is getting to us. Tomorrow we will explore Mechelen some more and then head northwest to the Netherlands and the town of Eindhoven.
... quite an acquired taste and is a bit weird. But surprisingly I didn't dislike it, in small amounts it's actually ok! Daim chocolate bars are also sold everywhere too - not had that in a long time. The prices in the supermarket were actually really reasonable. The Little Mermaid is a Danish icon and was sculpted in 1909 based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tail of the same name. The model sits on a rock just in the water on the harbour front. It is about the same ...
... our journey through the south.
Woke up to another beautiful day. Packed up the tent, paid our tab, and hit the road. First stop was a real life Viking village that Jamie was drooling over in the lonely planet. Unfortunately they were not open for the season yet. After about an hour of rolling hills with beautiful yellow rapeseed fields everywhere, we arrived at Ystad. This quaint little town dates back to the 11th century. We ...