Ringsjo Krog & Wardshus
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The plan was to head to Copenhagen today but a couple of us weren't feeling a 100% so we decided to have a quieter day around Malmo. We had a little shopping to do before the cruise so spent sometime looking around the shops, we bought in food for lunch as Malmo is expensive to eat out,and then we headed to the Modern Art Museum. We were a little disappointed with the exhibition, which was of photos from their own collection. We had expected a little more! ...
... Long story short, I had to wipe my phone. So that stunk. But at least it was up and running again this morning for my first trip to Lund University!
When I finally got to Lund (after some bad timing and newbie mistakes on the bus) I met my office mates Manja and Li. They are quite nice, I think it will be comfortable and enjoyable there. Manja will be helping me with light scattering and ...
... isn't that much more to do in Malmo; it is definitely best as a half-day trip (we think!) done as part of one's time in Copenhagen. We hope to explore the rest of Sweden, Norway and Finland at Easter next year, it was nice to get a little taste of one of the smaller Swedish cities to see what we are in for!
In the afternoon we headed for the airport and boarded our flight to destination three: Hamburg!
... massive mousse-like truffle
coated with coconut. Sugar death imminent! Must have water! Then we
wandered through the streets to the park and admired spring attempting
to burst forth all around us. We explored the fortress and then headed
out to the coast to find the tallest building in Scandinavia. It was
awesome! The ...
... in the city. You can really tell you're in Sweden because everything looks like it came out of an Ikea box! :)
Here are some further links if you're interested in learning more about Urban Ecology:
http://buildipedia.com/go-green/eco-new s-trends/ecocity-malmo-sustainable-urba n-development