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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... park that surrounds Malmöhus. Malmöhus Castle
- Malmöhus Castle, located west of the old city core, was built in 1437 by Erik of Pomerania, inhabited by the kings of Denmark in the 1500s, and used as a prison until 1914. Currently it houses a history museum, art museum, aquarium, and terrarium. Sharing the castle grounds ...
... to report. Our flight to Copenhagen was quick and uneventful. Abby fell asleep the minute the plane turned on and started to taxi, and didn't move a muscle until we landed. After a quick taxi cab ride to the hotel, we got checked in and unpacked; well, sort-of, but more about that tomorrow. We all took showers to wash off the day of travel, drew the shades and settled down for a long summer's nap, anxious to make up some much needed rest. Whew! We're ...
Over the last few days I have been pretty terrible at keeping up with my blogging, so I will give you a recap of what I have been up to. Wednesday: Today I really didn't feel like blogging because just seeing the date bothered me. This morning I woke up feeling strange because my cousin has been gone for two years. It didn't really hit me until I stepped onto the bus, which brought the strange to a whole new level. Seriously the whole day. On my ride into town, I had such ...
... able to use the "blue monster," my cheapo tent that I've been carrying for weeks. Dinner was Tom Kha Kai from a local Thai place and it was spicy as hell and delicious.
It was hard to sleep in a tent when sunset is at 10pm and sunrise is at 330am, but I managed. Earplugs are a must though, damn birds. Today we explored Malmö. The path to city center was through a giant green strip along the water. In addition, the ...
... just like its name implies. It never made it to mass production, however. With the rain falling much heavier now, we aimed south along the coast and stopped in Varberg. Just before entering the small town, we saw signs posted for a point of interest called Varberg Radio Station. I looked it up in LP and discovered that it is a UNESCO World Heritage site due to its history during war time and the fact that it's the world's only surviving long-wave radio station. The ...