BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Noble House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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Bus Schedule: http://www.graahundbus.dk/9-plan.htm
10:15 from Hovedbanegården v/Hotel Plaza to Gustav Adolfs T. 11:15
Malmö is Sweden's third largest municipality with a population of around 305,000 in the municipalty, and around 650,000 in the metropolitan area. It's a port city located in the province of Skåne (Scania) on ...
... don't even know where your'e going or how to get back. Thats a good question. We told him we were American Students, in which he questioned why we came to Denmark. He was nice to meet and we had some small talk until he sent us on our way back in the park. I rode my bike through more dips in the valley and looked out into the woods. I saw plenty more deer. We finally came to a sign that I couldn't read, but we took a guess that it took us back to the main road. It ...
Back to Emmerys for our last breakfast and to stock up on good bread (with cheese) and Danish pastries for our train ride through Sweden. Then to the Copenhagen Central station in plenty of time for our 08:32 train to Oslo via Gothenburg with scheduled arrival time in Oslo of 16:52. And that was when the wheels fell off our travel plans.
One of the Swedish train companies, the one we were travelling with to Gothenburg, was on ...
... main centre, a large square called Stortorget, with the city hall on one side. A lovely old building with nice turrets. And just next door, the Apoteket Lejonet, an old apothecary founded in 1571. It's a shame that being Sunday, everything is closed! So we wandered around the quiet streets! Just along the road is another square, the Lilla Torg. Again surrounded by lots of old buildings. These ones with wooden designs across the fronts. After ...
... are great but run every 30 mins, so we sat and waited the 30 mins for the next bus, along with the ever growing crowd. Our next stop was to Rosenberg Castle to see the Crown Jewels. This castle looks like it belongs in one of Hans Christian Andersen's stories. The jewels were unbelievable and obviously the real thing, going on the fact we were not able to take any bags into the display, and there were armed guards at the entrance and exit. Well another 30 min wait for the bus. We ...