Hotel Ideon Gasteri
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... in Swedish!) and a Solar Photovoltaics course. As Lund is a relatively small university town, bikes are the preferred method of transport. Coming from Australia, riding a bike nowdays is somewhat a novelty. I'm sure its easy for the Swedes to spot the newcomers in town as the only people riding without hands and racing around. Although its still early days, I already know studying abroad was one of the best decisions of my life and it can only get better from here.
... It is 7:30pm here and we have at least another hour and a half of daylight left so we are considering whether we will go for a walk into the city, as we previously said it is just over 2.0 km to the city centre, but a beautiful walk. We are still walking an average of 10 kilometres per day and because we will be on the ship tomorrow we will not be able to keep up our average we will do more tonight. We have already walked 9.5kms today so far today.
... off the bat that it is not appendicitis, an intestinal blockage, etc. Her stomach was fine. There didn't appear to be an issue other than just some kind of virus and the doctor said she should be back to her old self by morning. Whew! We no sooner leave the hospital than she vomits in the cab, but okay... We get back to the hotel and by this time it is almost 7PM and we haven't had a bite to eat all day. Enough is enough; maybe some fresh air is just what Abby needs. We ...
... up for an impromptu jam session. It was great. One of the guys was the a multi-instrumentalist, tap dancing vocalist who performed the other night. A really good night, but a late one.
Place’s B’day today and I’m taking her to Stockholm.
This place is amazing. Heaps of island connected by canals.
We again did the Hop on-Hop off bus, but here it includes boat rides between the island. ...
... the various rooms with their old furnishings, artwork, and other royal trappings, including the impressive crown jewels.
Continuing our walking tour through some very nice pedestrian only streets, we noticed that things had started to come alive. After no doubt sleeping in on their holiday, the Danes were now out and about enjoying a beautiful day in the parks and the sidewalk cafes. Most of the stores were still closed, much to Sherry and Sandra’s disappointment, ...