Hotel Djingis Khan

Margaretavagen 7, Lund, Skåne, SE-22240, Sweden | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lund

Exploring Lund University

A travel blog entry by anne.bao


Today we woke early and caught a flight to Copenhagen. Upon arriving, we then caught a train over the sea to Lund in Sweden to see Matt and check out his pad.

After eating some delicious burgers with Matt, we were joined by Dez and strolled around campus. Due to a University carnival that was on, there were students in all kinds of fancy dress ...

Castles and Christiania

A travel blog entry by kdraper


Who can believe that we have already been in Copenhagen for an entire month!! I cannot believe how quickly time has flown but at the same time it feels like I have already been here forever! This week started off well with a homemade dinner by one of the guys on the floor above us. He made clams and mussel pasta in a white wine and garlic sauce which was delicious. The rest of the week was fairly uneventful with the ...

Hamlet's Castle

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... the 4th, king of Denmark. Apparently, he started his reign with full coffers. During his reign, he sponsored the arts, architecture, women, and other expensive things. At the end, the monarchy was close to broke. However, his legacy lives on through vast public works, such as the restoration of the castle. You can tell which other ones he sponsored because the all have his symbol (a 4 inside a C) all over them. He's worse than the graffiti artists who want their ...

Inter-Railing: Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by babytraveller


... went to explore the city. We say The Little Mermaid (which was a very underwhelming statue), Gefion Fountain, the Lego shop and then finally Tivoli Gardens. It was an amazing day.

Copenhagen surprised me. To be fair, I didn’t know all that much about it and I was quite happy with just being there as it was somewhere I hadn’t been before. But having been, I would love to go back if I could afford it. The people were ...

Mermaids and Vikings in Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by madcar


... own hats. I got Maddox's picture next to the troll at the same time as a group of Japanese tourists were walking by. They all stopped to take his picture and thought the boys were the cutest things (which they were).

By this time the boys were getting a little tired, so we made our way to our last stop, the Little Mermaid Statue. I was really surprised at how many people were stopping to get a picture of this little statue and ...

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