I really hate that my camera got destroyed (of all things, chocolate soymilk leaked in my backpack), and I have no pictures from some big travels in the Summer of 2007.
With no real plans, I took a train from Hamburg, Germany to Malmo, Sweden. I had absolutely no idea about the Øresund Bridge between Denmark. I woke up in the morning on my train to find us crossing it, and my mind was blown. I spent the day walking around Malmo and then decided to rent a car and drive back across the Øresund to Copenhagen.
I spent the night in the car and then actually had an accident in my rental car from running over something sharp in the road, blowing a tire, and that causing me to strike the guard rail at the side of some road on the outskirts of Copenhagen. Awesome. I had to pay 1000 euros for that, which took quite a while on the credit card bill.
Other than this, I drove back across the Øresund Bridge the next day, dropped off the worse-for-wear car in Malmo and took the train up to my first visit in Norway, in Oslo.
I really wish that I had pictures of the views crossing back and forth on the Øresund Bridge. Props to the designers for a great bridge.This entry was posted in Denmark, Europe, Sweden