Hotell Sparta

Tunavägen 39, Lund, Skåne, 223 63, Sweden | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Lund

    Our Savior's Church and Distortion

    A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 05, 2014

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    Tuesday
    A group of girls and I went to Our Savior's Church. It is a church with a large tower in a part of Copenhagen called Christianshavn. The top of the tower is supposed to have some of the best views in the city! The church itself was beautiful, and after wandering around we began climbing the 300 ft tower. The stairs were steep, narrow, and winding. The entrance to climb the tower said "Climb at your own risk" and partway up we began seeing lights with signs ...

    A Scandinavian adventure

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on May 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... it a 'free state' with around 1,000 people. They originally had no rules, but subsequently introduced these. As well as schools, businesses and recycling. Today there is still a small community here, but the government want to reclaim the land. Apparently an ongoing debate. We went back up north of the harbour to the area we had just walked down. Saw the little mermaid from the water. Past the large warehouse where the Eurovision Song Contest was held last week! ...

    Bus Wars in Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 11, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... 9.00 U.S. Their new Opera complex is quite astounding, while the area of Nyhavn is very historic and a photographer’s playground. This is one of the first days of spring here in Copenhagen, and the residents of the five and six-storied apartment buildings that line the streets are out in force. Many must be strangers to each other – after all it’s a city of more than a million people but the nods and smiles that I see as two ...

    Things are different in Sweden!

    A travel blog entry by krista_g on Apr 04, 2014

    I've been noticing some things that are quite interestingly different here in Sweden. Here are a few:

    1) The bathrooms aren't dividing into genders! There is a sign outside a door with a cartoon woman and next to her a cartoon man! Then you walk in and there are 4 tiny rooms with individual bathrooms inside. I was a bit freaked out at first cause I wasn't sure what to expect ...

    Hamlet's Castle

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Aug 16, 2013

    15 photos

    ... br> We skipped a lot of the castle in order to see the dungeons instead as we didn't have infinite time. The pre-dungeons were actually very nice and well-lit by the natural light. They contained a statue that would supposedly come to life and protect Denmark if it ever was in trouble. The actual dungeons though, were very dark. They were dimly lit with candles, but I agree with the guy I overheard who pointed out that this would never exist in the US ...