Travel Blogs from Lund
We arrived in Copenhagen by train from the airport. Nan, Pop and Aunt Sal set off along the cobblestoned streets to find our hotel. They got a little lost at first but eventually with some help from some kindly locals they found their way to the Mayfair Hotel where we will be staying for the next three days.
Nan and Aunty Sal were excited to be in Copenhagen as they had learnt about it when they went to school. Also, ...
Well, I did not realize that it had been so long since I posted on here, or talked to anyone back home... I just got caught up in everything and the days go by so fast it's insane. It's nonstop going, all the time, but I love it. I can't believe I've been in Copenhagen for 22 days... it feels like maybe 22 seconds. But here I am, sitting in the CPH airport. About to go Paris, actually. But I do not want to leave!!! I would be perfectly content to stay here in Denmark ...
... is opposite Tivoli. Not where we expected to be but we’ll take it anyway.
Desperate for coffee and a seat
In desperate need of a coffee - it was around 3.30pm by then – after surveying the options at Central Station (49 DKK for a small cappacino !!), we went back to Anderson’s bakery across the road and got a large latte for 37 DKK plus a breadroll with various seeds and raisins and a Danish pastry with Rhubarb … all for 7 DKK ...
... as meat b/c it's kosher). We were then mistaken for locals which was nice until Raeann realized what they really mistook me for; when one pulled out money, they were wanting to purchase some old fashioned hard drugs from me. Which quickly made us lose the charm we'd seen in the artisan neighborhood . Guess someone has to explain to me the difference b/w a concuss ...
Today Ken and Andrea went off to Lund while the Susan's continues their explorations of Malmo. Lund was an unexpected delight. It is an old town which houses Lund University. Turns out that this is a large university with a beautiful campus and many museums. K & A took the train to Lund. Swedish trains are ultramodern and fast. They had an express train and it took them only ten minutes to get there and cost $11 for two. Once they arrived in Lund they headed to the ...
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