STF Youth Hostel The Train

Vävaregatan 22, Lund, Skåne, 222 37 , Sweden | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Lund

Alas Poor Yorick

A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor on Mar 22, 2014

11 photos

... to call on him again.

The grounds are worth a stroll, and the views over to Sweden are impressive (well if chemical plants and a working port is your kind of thing). You can wander the grounds without having to pay and I bet in the summer it is a cracking spot of a picnic or two.

Helsingor itself wasn't a great deal to look at (maybe we were out of season) but it did have a couple of redeeming features. One is ...

Thrones, Seats, Chairs

A travel blog entry by cmpatti on Oct 17, 2013

7 comments, 9 photos

... produce ******* noises, then pour water through a hole to make it appear that the person had wet his pants. On the ground floor was the King’s personal bathroom done in Delft tiles, prompting the boys to regale each other with obvious jokes about His Majesty's “other throne."

Surrounding the Castle are large and beautiful (now) public gardens filled with children and their parents enjoying the fall day. The sun ...

Biking around Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by jimwitmer on Aug 15, 2013

4 photos

... neighborhood' of Vesterbro, found some good Indian food and brought it home to have a picnic on the lovely, spacious deck of our apartment. As we looked out over the neighborhood (we are on the fifth floor) we realized that most all of the buildings in the area are the same height, making for a very picturesque, yet consistent view. Now the hard part is to decide what to do tomorrow, our last day together before we continue on separate journeys Saturday ...

Day 1 Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by crownie on Jul 14, 2013

47 photos

... way to the foyer at around 11.50 and there were so many people waiting there, for bus and taxi pick ups so we went upstairs. Winnie was going to meet us here, leave her luggage, and then go and check into her hotel, wake up Copenhagen, later in the day.

We were looking out for her, and then finally we found her. She hadn’t changed at all. It was so nice to see her and big hugs all around. We were planning on what we could do.

Winnie lives ...

Louisiana and Christianshavn

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on Jun 14, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... late afternoon, we went across the main canal to Christianshavn -"an area of sailors, bohemians and gourmands" and a place where, until the mid 90s had been tax free and its own city. We followed the cobbled canal path and checked out some of the interesting shops, boutiques and sites in the area. They including Our Saviour's Church, a 300 year old baroque church with its amazing external twisting staircase on the ...