|View from the apartment in Malmö. |
High density housing right
in the center of the City
|View the other way. This is actually the|
apartment where we found the
After we did the apartment at Malmö, we went up to Halmstad, about an hour up the West Coast. We rented a beautiful luxury condo there that is the summer home for a family, but they don't use it during the off-season. It is on a famous beach that has up to 40,000 people on it per day (think of beaches with masses of sealions all fighting for a place in the sun) in the warm summer months. It is called Tylösand, and is really a beautiful place. Obviously, in late September there is not much action there, but Wendy and I enjoyed staying in the condo for a couple of nights while we set things up for two young sister missionaries to arrive.
|Over twenty miles of walking paths around|
|That's my Wendy. She is sure that the grandkids|
will want some shells from Tylösand Beach
|It was a little chilly, but we had a lovely walk along the|
beach anyway. September 25.
|This was the first day in two months that we just relaxed for|
|Tylösand Beach is famous all over Sweden. Near Halmstad on|
the West Coast.
|Behind this building is the Tylösand Hotel, which is the|
anchor of the resort area. It is owned by the lead singer from the
Swedish Rock Band "Roxette" Think early 90's, theme song from Pretty Woman
"IT MUST HAVE BEEN LOVE"
|We walked until the sun set. It was a beautiful scene.|
|Good night everyone......|