Travel Blogs from Lund
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... left and then I claimed that lounge chair as my own !! I had a nap and when I woke up, Phil was in his own lounge chair beside me. We both felt much better after our nap. We eventually made our way to our gate ... this is one HUGE airport!! Again we waited, and waited, and waited, and ... well you get the idea!! Finally, we were allowed to board the plane.
We were 40 minutes late leaving Amsterdam for Toronto. ...
... person. There is a lot of controversy surrounding whether these squatters should be allowed to stay in Christiania even though they aren’t paying their fair share while occupying some of the most valuable real estate in Copenhagen. While I don’t think it’s fair that they are taking advantage of the welfare state, I do think it is a place unlike any other that is worth preserving. It really is another world. ...
... he pointed out that the bed was short because it was fashionable to sleep sitting up in those days. It was believed that if you slept laying down, evil mares might come in the night, sit on your chest, and smother you to death (night mares). He explained that there were people paid to be "bedders." They just sat in the bed all day and kept it warm until the king needed it. He also explained why the spice chest was in the kings' bedchambers- spices were ...
Today we spent the day touring the Danish capital of Denmark, Copenhagen. Not only is it the capital of great pastries, but, they do a lot of government business here. Denmark is a rather mottled-colored country, but, there are many beautiful towers, windmills and buildings. We saw Tivoli Gardens, and, of course, the statue of the Little Mermaid in ...
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