Hotel Djingis Khan

Address: Margaretavagen 7, Lund, Skåne, SE-22240, Sweden | 4 star hotel
 
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    Life in Lund

    A travel blog entry by absabroad on Mar 07, 2015

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    For the first two weeks of 'university', the exchange students were allowed to settle in before the arrival of the Swedes and real class began. To help us adapt to the new culture, everyone of us was enrolled in a short SUSA (a Swedish language) course for the two weeks to teach us the basics of the language and also some of the cultural norms. Although this didn't count for any credit back home, learning some of the basic foods, etc proved to be pretty useful. ...

    Rosenborg Castle & the Crown Jewels

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Aug 29, 2014

    23 photos

    ... was highly decorative. I was surprised by the provocative paintings on the ceiling in quite a few of the rooms.

    I was also surprised at how close you could get to the objects and a lot weren't covered. it was an honour system of not touching. It wouldn’t work in Australia, maybe we don’t like being told, and maybe we don’t have enough respect for our past. I’m unsure, why but I can’t see people walking past ...

    Going to Louisiana

    A travel blog entry by jwbea on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... lovely weather, so we whiled away a fair amount of time drinking pomegranate lemonade and watching the sea. One of the sights is the Oresund Bridge, completed in 2000, connecting Copenhagen with Malmo, it's sister city in Sweden. The connection really consists of a 5.5 mile bridge, an artificial island, and a 2.2 mile tunnel with a roadway for cars and a second level for trains - quite the engineering feat. One more day here in Copenhagen. We fly to Oslo on Sunday ...

    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 08, 2014

    ... time flew-- and I walked all the way down to the further Netto to find that they were closed. I didn't take my phone with me so I didn't have my watch. I turned around to go to the Netto that is open until midnight. Just my luck again lol. This time I didn't really go to crazy. I bought peanut butter and jelly, more bread, bananas, peaches, sweet potatoes in hopes of making fries, and raisins YUM! And a chocolate milk, I should not have forgot ...

    Big move to Copenhagen!

    A travel blog entry by kenandmaureen on May 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... art. Both the museums had many great pieces, and when you compare how easy it is to see them compared to Paris, also no entry fee I would suggest you go to Copenhagen if you are wanting to see some excellent art without the crowds. All settled in the hotel for our last night on land for 12 days, not sure about wifi connection on the boat but will update the blog when ...