BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Noble House
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Drove south towards Malmo. Exasperated by finding parking meter machines here only take SWEDISH credit cards (a first!) Anyway, explored the Malmohus Slott (castle). A not very pretty 1930s refurb of a 1600s castle, but the collection of museums was interesting. Toys, weapons, cannons in the cannon towers, furniture and Nordic art, scattered through the ...
... its impressive dome, one of the features of Frederiksstaden, and examples of Rococo architecture.
While I was on the walking tour, I was reminded that the princess of Denmark was an Australian. The tour guide asked if anyone in the group knew where the princess of Denmark was from and embarrassingly enough, I couldn't remember. I know, I should have remembered, but hey.... I'm not one to remember everything..... Another cool thing that happened on the tour was that the changing ...
We took a night train to Copenhagen which was very nice because we actually got a bed and no interruptions which made for a good night's sleep. Then we were able to take a short train over to Sweden. We put our luggage into a locker at the train station so we could travel light. Holy moly is everything expensive when you cross a small strip of water! But this was one of the most scenic places we have been and totally worth the few hours we were able to spend ...
Enjoyed another fabulous day in Sweden!
After getting all our Canadian gear on, we headed for the bus ... we were going to walk again, but it was raining and was supposed to continue to rain the rest of the day. We had a quick bus ride to the arena, where we watched the Russians defeat the USA, the defending World Junior Champions. The second game of the day ...
... and then smaller squares. The city hall building was amazing and we saw the first house in Malmo to have a second floor added and a building that was also built in the small square in the 1500's. It is incredible how they mix the new architecture withe the old and make the buildings look seamless. It is great that these cities value their heritage and incorporate it into their communities. We then went to see ...