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Dec 21, 2007 - Scandanavia/Eastern Europe

Our highly anticipated Christmas and New Year adventure! Took months to plan (Thank you Alexo!), and a few more months to actually get it finalized! From figuring out train and bus timings, to booking hostels in the thousands of places we were visiting, to actually getting seats reserved in the trains and ferries (most of them!). Here I should mention that the crew bought 'Scanrail' tickets - tickets that allow train travels anywhere and at anytime around Scandanavia. Ours were 5 day tickets, hence allowing us to commute freely anywhere...

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Aug 1, 2005 - Svedala

Start: Helsingborg End: Svedala Weather: Sun & Clouds with some rain Ride: 100km The tent was a bit wet from overnight rain, so I lingered by the beach while it dried. I had a big day ahead of me because I wanted to reach the south-west corner of Sweden and find a campsite in the middle of a triangle comprising Lund, Malmo & Trelleborg. I had a map that showed a splotch of blue (a lake) in that position and I was heading to it. I continued to follow the cycle route, which was basically an occasional sign pointing to the next town on the...

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Jun 5, 2005 - Lundt Sweden

We boarded the coach and headed to Sweden which involves a tunnel and long bridge. Once in Lund, we got a very quick tour around the grounds of the Lund Cathedral and she told us about the other buildings surrounding the cathedral. The cathedral was built in the 1100's and is still in service today. We got to see the inside of the church dedicated to St. Lawrence who was grilled when he became a martyr. The most interesting thing in the church is a giant clock built in the 1300's. It has a calendar well until 2130 something. It is a...

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Feb 12, 2004 - Discovering Scandinavian roots

Although we landed in Malmo and promptly bussed out of it, we are officially counting Sweden as one of the countries we went to. We saw a beautiful sunrise and the most amazing and potentially expensive bridge in the world. Not only does it connect two of the globes's most advanced nations but it also becomes a tunnel en route to Copenhagen, Denmark. Once in Copenhagen, we quickly donned our gloves and toques (did you know that hardly any Europeans and Antipodeans know what a toque is?) [By the way, an Antipodean refers to those from...

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