This trip came about as a result of our host Thomas's suggestion that going to
So we took the train, one can drive too and I wish we had, because this bridge is an engineering marvel and is the longest combined road/rail bridge in Europe. I attached a pic from wikipedia and a link too. The bridge is exactly how it looks from the air, I was able to see it as we flew in to
I think driving on the road lets one see it better, from the train it is hard to get a sense of the sheer engineering marvel that this brdige is as you can gauge from the one pic (bridge) that I included.
Malmo has 2-3 plazas with nice buildings and restaurants, small shops. It is surely felt touristy at least the parts that we walked around. A lot of Danes actually work in Copenhagen and live in Malmo as houses are much cheaper and the train commute is such a breeze. The big plaza has some nice looking hotels, buildings and statues, as you can tell I was too lazy to write down more about those statues/sculptures.
The hand made confectioner shop. It had a most amazing collection of teas from all over the world, many more than the types of sweets/chocolates they had for sale.
Initially thought centiliter and gram was some sort of a scientific equipment shop, it was a restaurant, thought that was a rather interesting name for an eating place.Did not have time to check it out though.
This little shoe/curios shop was in the small square in Malmo, I just liked the colors on this one, esp the shoes and the stand.
I loved this group again did not look for info about it :-/
We did find an Indian restaurant on the small plaza, where we grabbed a decent lunch. Not a whole lot to rave about but the tandoor chicken was fantastic.
*A* does not want me posting pictures of her on the blog, but this one passes. On the train to Malmo.