Hotell Oskar

Bytaregatan 3, Lund, Skåne, S-222 21, Sweden | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lund

Mermaids and Vikings - Copenhagen, Denmark

A travel blog entry by mjandcj

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... tour, we made our way to a local bar which was an urban beach/ sandbox for adults to sit back and have a beer. There was a market going on in the background too but it was completely dead even for a Sunday. That evening after filling up on kebabs, Micaela had decided she had had a long enough day so decided to crash (for what ended up being a good 14 hour sleep!) but Marie and I soldiered on and made our way down to the waterfront area to meet up with Marie's friend Marie and ...

A Father and Son take on Viking Country

A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward

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... oldest part of town). Our guide explained how the city expanded in 1950, but this district was here well before that, with some parts going as far back as 2000 years to roman origins. We walked passes the Kingdom of Catalunya, Cathedral of Saint Cross (one of the saints that looks over the city), The Royal Palace and courtyard, Placa del Rei, Chiqui (the Jewish quarter), Carrer de Sant Felip Neri (from Spanish civil war, shown by bullet holes in wall), Cathedral Gardens (containing ...

Back to "Wonderful Copenhagen"

A travel blog entry by dougo

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... were escorted off the ship by Tracy, the Captain’s Circle host. Our bus was waiting with quite a few passengers … getting the Princess transfer was perhaps the best thing for us – we didn’t want to lug our heavy bags through the port are to the train station and then change platforms etc, nor the bus. A taxi could easily cost the same as the Princess transfer so it was a no brainer in the end.

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Copenhagen tourist days

A travel blog entry by kirksontour

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... at our Balinese inspired hotel. Thank you Hotel Axel Guldsmeden for your wonderful hospitality.

Big hike through the city to Nyhavn to jump on the requisite first day in Copenhagen canal tour. Adults loved it but kids thought it was the dreaded "b" word. Next stop Amalienborg Palace (where Princess Mary lives) to watch the changing of the guard. Penny seems to have recovered from her Princess Mary snub but I did feel like ...

Ken and the Giant Finn

A travel blog entry by aniemi

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... are highlighting knitting and are covering many signs statues, streetlights etc with knitted art. They saw some women sitting on the curb knitting to fit a stoplight. (Andrea thinks they should do this at home!) They rejoined the Susans for a nice dinner and then back to the hotel to write the blog and get some rest. The Susans have not yet submitted their experiences for editorial consideration so you will have to but them if you want to know what they did in Malmo. Tomorrow ...

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