Marieholms Gastgivaregard

Address: Kvarngatan 1, Marieholm, Skåne, 240 30, Sweden | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn is located on Kvarngatan 1, Marieholm.
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The last day of my holiday

A travel blog entry by birteuk on Aug 09, 2015

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... 216;resund as well. I was also being hopeful and had taken my swimming stuff with me. I was also not going there by myself. My room mates Jessica and her dad Carlos from LA came with me plus little Estelle from Geneva. It was really nice knowing that I would have company again for one of my visits. And the guys were good fun as well. We left the hostel at about 11 and to glorious sunshine. After a bit of a panic about not being able to pay the tickets with ...

Wonderful Wonderful Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jul 28, 2015

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... had a really early breakfast, we decided that lunch might be appropriate. Now one of our golden rules is, never eat in a tourist strip but how expensive could this be. Two burgers with fries, 1 beer and 1 mineral water, $78. Great place to start a diet. It is a very expensive town and they are deadly serious about their carbon neutral asspirations. Our hotel room has no airconditioing, the numbers of bikes in the city are measured ...

Ohh Dense Uh, not

A travel blog entry by hankphan on Jul 01, 2015

Odense, it was an oasis from Copenhagen's rainy and chilly weather. It lies 165km west of Copenhagen on the next island closer to mainland Europe. The density of Odense is no where compared to Copenhagen. This city was a friendly and quaint town. The city is lush in vegetation and the scale of the core stays true to its historical size. The city center was a pedestrian mall ...

Singing With The City

A travel blog entry by cyclingcities on Jun 21, 2015

... and tonight, I sang with the Danes. I'm always drawn to groups of people singing together (whether that's choir, Christmas caroling, religious singing or a full bar belting out a classic just before last call). So I guessed that I'd love this even without any knowledge of Danish. And I was right -- it was fun, beautiful and moving. I found myself unable to keep from singing along. So I grabbed a book (where they have the music and lyrics) and ...

Getting settled in

A travel blog entry by iacommutersnob on Jun 20, 2015

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... the cars immediate right. A the parks have caught my eye! They are incredible. Spaces for built for people of all ages to play and interact in. The idea that public space is for all ages is an idea that is lost in many public parks in the US. The park I saw included zip lines, tricycles for children, and hamster wheels that have become a liability in the US. Danes don't take the approach that the lever urging ...