Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo
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- Tennis Court
- Banquet room
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in a magnificent position. As a fortress it was a strong deterrent to invaders. From here all ships passing through the passage could be seen, and all had to pay their dues to the king or suffer the consequences.
The castle is splendid. It is wonderfully preserved, and as little of the ...
Today we took a 30 minute train ride to Malmo. The train was awesome... super quick, easy, convenient, and efficient. The bridge was soooo long which makes sense because I learned it's the longest bridge in the world. We went on a walking tour with a guy who works with ...
... to Tivoli Gardens and a little farther to narrow cobblestone streets with lots of interesting little shops and restaurants. It was a nice day for a walk especially after sitting for so long and the our bodies telling us "time for bed". I think the 4 hour outing and the cool weather (low 60s) will help us get over out jet lag. We saw a number of statues, many with animals and mythical creatures. There was a large statue of Hans Christian Andersen who wrote ...
... there beers. We met Tim here for a beer where he had an 18% alc vol beer! We then moved onto dinner and another lovely catch up with these two! Friday was another big day! We headed back to Amalienborg firstly to witness the changing of the guards. I then had an icecream. Mum - just as delicious as the ones that Nana and Grandad get for us at the Mount :) (but no orange chic chip) then we went on a canal cruise. So lovely to be out on the water we picked the perfect day for ...
... didn't see anything other than the inside of the station! Out of the Scandinavian countries and cities I briefly visited, Norway is my favourite. Probably for it's ease and friendliness, multiculturalism (though I hear that the government can be a little shady in this area - but free education for foreign students is pretty progressive), and it's supreme cold and beauty. My favourite city was Malmo. Scandinavia is a little cold haven up there on the top of the world, ...