First, we dropped off our bags at the hotel and then wanted to get some lunch. Senja had told me that Sweden has really good falafel so I asked the concierge where to go. She directed us to the Middle Eastern area of Sweden and to Falafel No. 1. We took the long walk there and it was worth it! David and I shared one and he just ordered the same thing as the guy in front of us. It had some sort of fried cheese in it along with the falafel that was really unique and awesome.
|enjoying our falafel on the street.|
Then we walked around the city for a few hours. If you ever go to Malmo, go to the Lilla Torg (which means "little square" with cute little restaurants and shops) and go to the Form Design Center to browse through the top floor shop. It has the most beautiful stuff that I wanted to just scoop into my suitcase and bring home with me. Especially this diaper bag.
At one point we ended up at a church that had beautiful stained glass. It was stunning and David and I both loved that each of the windows like this were dedicated to an apostle and each square told a story. I love little details like that.
Marabou - I love you! We walked by a few office buildings and saw this spinning wheel so the boys decided to try it out.
Peter and Darin left us to get on the train for Copenhagen so they could fly to Italy. We said goodbye and finally found our way to an Italian restaurant recommended to us by our concierge, called Epicure. It was very good and we enjoyed talking and enjoying our last night in Europe.
We went back to our hotel, packed up and went to bed knowing we were in for a long day the next morning.