Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... was one of the most important strongholds of Denmark. There is not much left that hasn't been rebuilt and modernised over the last 500 years. The grounds contain fantastic gardens and a windmill!
Speaking of windmills, the train trip there and back goes over a bridge from which you can see a wind farm installed out in the ocean! I'll include a video of it...Danish people do a lot of things really well...I'll save some of them for a different post ...
... her verandah taking photos in her skimpy pyjamas, before she realised her cabin was just below the deck where the captain and crew sits.
A section of it juts out from the side of the ship and there were a number of cameras trained down the length of the ship. She didn't want to give them a fright, so hurried back inside.
It was a beautiful sunny morning, though still cold. She dressed and had breakfast as the ...
Today is January 3rd, 2015 and we are headed on a bike tour today! It was very rainy and windy last night so I had trouble sleeping. I woke up around 8:15am because I couldn't fall back asleep. I then went downstairs to have breakfast. Anders was up watching tv, Vicki was upstairs in her room reading a book and Dan had already left to finish his second paper route. For breakfast I had a fruit parfait once again. It had danish strawberry yogurt, granola, raspberries, ...
... br> Our last stop before taking the train to Copenhagen was the Viking museum at Kerteminde in Fyn. On the outskirts of this historical town was the site where a Viking ship that had been buried with a prince, his horses, and his treasures about 1000 years ago. While the grave had been desecrated in Viking times and the body and treasures removed, the shape of the ship ...
... old in great repair, and some new stuff thrown in – a very interesting combination in this centuries-old city. We didn’t really find anything terribly interesting in the shopping area and decided to eat a bit early. Now, by this time, our batteries were starting to run pretty low – we’d been going for almost thirty hours by this time. Our meal was, well, average although the place set itself out as a gourmet joint. Of course, ...