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Travel Blogs from Lund
... My phone is dying and I'm tired of talking instead of doing. Yesterday (Monday) we visited Freetown Christiana and experienced one of the most amazing cultural experiments in the world. I'll divulge more tomorrow or maybe later tonight. But for now. Check out the pictures and if you have any questions or comments be sure to drop them down below and I'll do my best to respond. Thanks for reading. I hope people are reading haha. Cheers for now Love you Mom and Dad! - ...
... but they are called weinerbrød here, which actually means Vienna bread (ironic, huh?). They also resemble more of a cinnamon bun & croissant hybrid (ingenious, huh?).
3. I went to a bar called Night Fever where the only played American music from the 80s – early millennium. There was a smoke machine and light-up dance floor. Kristen, you must visit.
Alright, looks like it’s time for me to take my last sip of my ...
Good food and good conversation make for an excellent visit with friends. During our days and nights with our Swedish hosts, Magnus and Marie, they exposed us to many of their traditional foods and we shared a little of ours in return. Each meal was a mini adventure.
We felt like real Swedes starting our day. On the first morning, we rolled flatbread sandwiches of butter, cheese, deli meats ...
... in the buildings described could be created irrespective of that societal structure. The explanations were an interesting reflection on the cultural mindset which we had spoken about with Giovanna and Werner, who are learning more about the area as they settle into life in Denmark.
The third section of the Nordic exhibition explored public spaces, in particular creating and reclaiming public spaces for the human scale. The human scale was described as 5km/hr, and ...
... crime as gangs compete to monopolise the marijuana trade. Nevertheless, it was pretty relaxed on a Monday morning and we saw a reasonably well-functioning society of 1000 or so people, who, despite the smoking of cartoon-sized joints, managed to run a childcare centre, tend to their gardens, clean their cafes, and collect rubbish and recycling.
Leaving Christiania, through the archway stating "you are now entering the EU," we walked past the corkscrew spire of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed