Scandic S:t Jorgen
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Kommendanthuset (Commandant's House) used for various exhibitions throughout the year. Fiskehoddorna - a small, traditional fish market - lies nearby. Technology Museum, Malmö
- Tekniska och Sjöfartsmuseet (Technology and Maritime Museum), located west of the castle. The largest section of the museum is devoted to transport, ...
What a great way to start a vacation! We spent Friday evening over at Mike and Angela's. The BBQ was awesome, and the company even better. By dark, Rob was lighting up all the fireworks he purchased down in Myrtle Beach, SC while visiting my parents. They were incredible, but even more incredible was the sheer volume of fireworks being set off in that neighborhood. Let me tell you, those couple of blocks in Seaford, NY really know how to ...
... sense of awareness to everything that was going on around me. I was in a pretty awful mood until I went to class and Line started out with Love and Kindness meditation. I was happy she had chosen this meditation because I needed to send some love and kindness. However, this time, she twisted it and in addition to sending love and kindness, we were instructed to also take a minute to feel the love and kindness being returned. The three people I chose to meditate to were ...
... was beautiful, so we made the 5 mile trek on foot. After passing what seemed like the entire town sunbathing, eating ice cream, and walking their dogs, we arrived in the city center. The first site was Malmöhus Slott, the city's castle, which wasn't anything so special. After a few quick photos it was off to the main square to find some food. We found Barbacoa, the Swedish equivalent of Chipotle and gave it a try. It was pretty good. Then we walked around ...
... closed. However, we did walk around a small footpath with placards providing an interesting narrative. The big draw in Varberg is the medieval fortress and its museum, which houses a very well preserved 14th-century bog body called Bocksten Man. I've seen bog bodies on exhibit before and I was completely fascinated. So, I was really looking forward to meeting this one. Unfortunately, the museum was closed for renovations, so Bocksten Man would have to wait for another time. Oh ...