Hotell Oskar

Bytaregatan 3, Lund, Skåne, S-222 21, Sweden | Hotel
Prices starting from $144.00

Travel Blogs from Lund


A travel blog entry by winkie


... Having wine shepherds pie and apple crumble for desert. Victoria had heard of a cocktail bar so we went in search of it. It was a devine little place and the cocktail were amazing. The place is called Ruby's. You wouldn't know it was there during the day but at night with the lights and the slight sound of music you will. Getting back on midnight it was time for ...

Danishes are not Danish. But I ate them anyway.

A travel blog entry by agiles


I was fortunate enough to be invited to give an invited talk at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, a talk that I was able to have line-up with Craig's health informatics conference in Copenhagen. Yellowknife to Calgary to Heathrow to Copenhagen is a bit of a jaunt, but happily just long enough for me to get some sleep, watch a movie, and finish my powerpoint!

I arrived in the early evening and Craig and I went to a party. Now, I ...

Mom and Dad join

A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... a little island neighborhood across the canal from the rest of Copenhagen. It was originally a swampy, wet area, but one of the kings was inspired by Amsterdam and had it filled in. Due to the tax incentives, it was once a merchant area.
One of the main sights is a large and beautiful church with an external staircase that goes to the top for one of the best views of Copenhagen. Supposedly, you can also see Sweden from there. We didn't climb it- I don't even ...


A travel blog entry by jennyontheroad


... the known world and a few parts of the unknown world). Given their wide global distribution, it would seem not surprising if you have Viking genes. Our guide, a Viking history graduate, gave a hint as to how you might be able to tell. Apparently the Eastern Europeans found the Vikings uncouth not only because they raped and pillaged but because they only bathed once week. On the other hand, the English women found them attractive ...

Day 7 - Roskilde to Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by magicbus1


... place on the quay with all the oars stowed. Magic! Alison looked as contented as a Danish bacon producing animal knee deep in natural fertiliser. The man in charge of the port sheet (square sail, so two sheets) had a grin nearly meeting at the back. Eat yer heart out, Mr Evinrude. By now the rain had come back on, and after lunch in the bus we decided we had done Roskilde and it was time to head for Copenhagen. We topped up our diesel leaving town as ...

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