Renaissance Malmo Hotel
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... begun. By the time the bus got there, the line stretched on very far behind us. The doors opened and it was a mad dash to get on the bus. It was one of the most uncivilized things I had ever seen. Krissy and I made it on and tried to save spots for Liz and Madi, however people got very aggressive so we had to scoot over.
Overall, it was a great day! It was a nice trip, and now I can say that I have been to ...
... and interesting perspective on Danish culture, design, history and architecture given by our guide, Klaus. Some of the photos in this post are from this trip. And the afternoon involved window shopping at destinations such as Illums Borgholis (Danish interior design/decoration porn!), Georg Jensen, Magasin, Marrimekko, etc. All of the locals that we came across in this time were just divine in terms of ...
... of my stock I have determined that the instrument I am trying to use is just not up to snuff. Suffice it to say that I'm eager to get home and back to the instrument I know and love at CSU--I'm realizing more and more that it is extremely top notch and I got spoiled on it from a young age!
Anyway, after that marathon I decided to take the ...
... that, thankfully, I had reached them before they had come to any harm. With a sigh of relief I scooped them up in my arms and carried them back to where I had left TB nervously pondering the fate of our flobberwobbers.
We had picked a nice selection for ourselves and we each ate one in the terminal, saving the other four for on the plane. Now, the ones we ate in the airport were lovely, however, it turns out that flobberwobbers are best ...
... visitors and the submarine was restored.
Phil had a chance to go through the U3. His observation is as follows:
1) the sailors could not be tall, otherwise they would have cracked their head on everything
2) the submarine was divided into 3 sections and you had to 'crawl' through 3 ft portholes to get from one section to another ... not good for anyone with bad knees or claustrophobic. Glad ...