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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
Travel Blogs from Lund
... On our way we saw many middle class country homes. A number had thatched roofs. Others had red clay roofs. most were moderately small but had lovely gardens. On the way to Kronberg we passed the magnificent summer home of the current Queen of Denmark. Kronberg was built in the 1500s by Frederik II. It is a renaissance castle and was named a World Heritage site a few years ago. It sits on the water that separates Sweden from Denmark and was used as a fortress ...
Today was our first free day. It felt really good to sleep in and take our time getting up. Christina and I decided to get started on our portion of the book project. Our focus is parents commuting children on bike, so we went out a interviewed a few parents with their children. Most of the people we talked to said they choose to bike their kids as opposed to driving them because it is simply easier and more convenient. Most of the people didn't even own ...
... at 2 am and thinking it must be morning, since it was light out! The next 2 days I wandered on foot, taking in the sights of the city more slowly, while trying to watch the bikers and learn the rules of the road over here so I would not become a bicycle pancake when I attempted the navigate the bikeways alone. Today was my first day on a bike, and despite the rain and chilly weather, I have never had more fun. The ...
... 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 ...
... kept repeating "Where shall we drop Lauren off", "Where is Lauren living", "So Lauren, I will miss you," and finally "Lauren, see you in April!" (April not May because I will be meeting Mom Dad and Nick in Munich, Germany over April School Vacation). So to end, Mom Dad and Nick, thank- you for coming to Denmark with me while carrying all my extra suitcase and putting up with grumpy Lauren at sometimes! I miss you guys already! *Stay tuned ...