How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
Travel Blogs from Lund
... small island in the middle, before warming up in a traditional Swedish Sauna. Several days later it was so cold one was almost be able to walk across the now solid lake and eventually another guild claimed the telephone box. All exchange students (more or less) are also involved with the biggest social group of the exchange, the Erasmus Student Network (ESN), which organise literally countless parties, gatherings and overseas trips. I'll talk about some of the ...
... have thought the two places I wanted to study abroad were so connected! A majority of the castle is the official National History Museum, so it was 80+ rooms of oil paintings, tapestries, wooden paneled ceilings painted in bright colors, long halls, porcelain pieces, royal beds, massive wooden chests and drawers etc. Definitely interesting but quite exhaustive towards the end. Well I can see Big Ben, so I'm off! (Just kidding they told me to put my tray table ...
... the second floor with about a dozen rooms.
The grand hall had a collection of modern wall size tapestries, rich in colours, and a more contemporary illustration than more historical tapestries.
Although the day promised to be sunny, we had hardly left the hotel before a few drops began to fall, but thankfully it never came to much. First on our list was a Faroese and Greenland exhibition and we decided to walk. The route took us past some old 17 the century houses, with decorative brickwork and pleasing proportions. Although this is a capital city, the air is calm and unhurried and one is never aware of noise or overcrowding, but it just ...