Mercure Hotel Malmo
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... li>Gamla Väster, between Lilla Torget and Malmöhus, is a quiet and sophisticated part of town with lots of galleries, design shops and restaurants. This is also one of the oldest parts of Malmö, and is a recommended visit for those who wish to see some of Malmös oldest architecture.
- Davidshallstorg is a square with design ...
... homesick today and missed home-- thankfully talking to my mom helped that slightly. I rested and then finally got up and read some more of my material. However I had left my book at Monica's and my plan was to get it when she got home. Around 7 she called me for directions and I couldn't help her. At 8 she was convinced she knew where we was going so I jumped on a bus to head to her house arriving around 9. As I sat in the grass outside waiting, I ...
... out of this class is to learn how to make myself happier and learn how I can help other people be happy. Every time I learn something I can either relate it to myself or another person in my life. Prepare to get happy friends because I am learning the ways :) Part two of class we watched the movie Happy. I had already watched it, but seeing it again I noticed different things. DIS also has a cinema room, which has movie seats that ...
... the living and dining room. I slept on my sleeping pad with my sleeping bag. It felt great to be in a house and not a hostel or hotel room. These people were amazing hosts, I felt like I was at home.
At the suggestion of flat mates, we decided to explore the large Island off kalmar, Öland. The weather was bad but we soldiered on. First stop, Bornholms Slott. This ruined castle/fortress was pretty cool and definitely worth a ...
... The area also provides great views of the "Twisted Torso", Europe's tallest building and an architectural marvel. This would definitely be a nice area to call home. By now, it was late afternoon and it was time to start the long trek back to the campground. The return trip took much, much longer. At least it seemed, as my feet and legs were aching most of the way. In total, we walked about fifteen miles today. My sleeping bag in the tent was a site for sore eyes...and everything ...