Clarion Collection Hotel Planetstaden
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... were keeping up and as safe as we could be while competing with bicycles, pedestrians and vehicles, while also describing the sites we were seeing and telling the delightful ‘inside’ stories that make for a great guide.
We saw the royal palaces, historic churches, local markets, monuments (including, of course, the Little Mermaid – which Cathy knew nothing about. Honestly, those of you who know her, please tease her ...
... the canal tour we wandered around the city to find somewhere to go to lunch before class. We settled on an Italian restaurant. I got risotto with seafood, however it didn't say that there would be octopus in it… The restaurant also charged us for tap water, which I wasn't expecting!
This evening, I attempted to do laundry for the first time. It would be a lot easier if the washing machines were in English, but just like everything else they're written ...
... from the port, skirting the 300-year-old moated citadel near the statue of Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid. The surrounding park is home to the Gefion Fountain, Copenhagen's most spectacular fountain.
This evening at 11pm we sailed under the Storbaeltsbroen Bridge (the Great Belt Bridge) joining Zealand and Funen both Denmark with only a couple of metres clearance. Even at 11pm it was still light and the sun was due to rise again at 3:50am.
... night. It was surprisingly warm and sunny in Lund. Generally the place has a very good feel to it, and it is very much a student town, with I presume lots of international students, judging by the number of different languages I heard whilst walking around.
Tomorrow we are all heading to Copenhagen! Matt and I will shop and Mark will run a marathon.
... am eager to get my share of sunburn for the day. So I sit on the fortifications looking (from various points) at the Flag Bastion, the beach or the Württemberg's Ravelin. On the way from one vantage point to the other I manage to squeeze in the Powder Magazine (ok, that's inside, but providing an entertaining multi-media show of how the castle was added to in terms of defense over the centuries), and the Convict Cells. At about 3.30 ...