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Offline charlyno

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16/17 September, two friends, two motorbikes, sweden
« on: October 01, 2012, 11:43:07 pm »
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Hello guys

.. it's always nice to meet old friends with whom he shared the years carefree adolescence and is even more beautiful when they come to visit you abroad and have the same passion: the bike! My friend Lello is one of these from Aldershot (TN) to Malmo .. in Moto Guzzi. Too bad that my schedule allowed me to spend together only two days on the road ... but they were fantastic. On the other hand we had a long time to turn Malmo and spend a wonderful week together. We were also lucky with the weather ..
September 16. The first day I brought Lello around the Scania to discover some of the castles, places and the most beautiful street not far from Malmo. 185 km all through the castles of Häckeberga, Svaneholms, Grageholms, Tosturups and finally the megalithic site of Ales Stenar near Ystad eaten with great sea-based dishes typically Swedish.


September 17. Second day in the ancient city of Ystad and the oldest and best preserved medieval castle in Sweden, Glimmingehus, located in the town of Simrishamn. E 'was built between 1499 and 1506, when in Scania which was a vital part of Denmark and contains many well-preserved the defensive era, such as parapets, false doors and hallways blind holes for pouring boiling pitch of the attackers, moats, drawbridges, etc.. His visit is very attractive. Sunny day with lots of picnic and nap on the lawn!

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Re: 16/17 September, two friends, two motorbikes, sweden
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2012, 04:36:53 am »
Some very nice shots there Francesco :thumleft:
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