Ibis Styles Lund
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Styles Lund
Habitació petita però molt ben cuidada
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... housing - I am fortunate enough to be living in Klostergården, an international student house with my own personal kitchen and bathroom. That being said, the room I walked into was far from homely - stripped almost completely bare minus basic furniture and cooking utensils (even the shower curtain was missing!). Oh and also, no bedding... But thankfully, some of the friends I made earlier had fared better than ...
... a quick stop at the iconic Little Mermaid statue -- which we'd missed the night before -- on the way to the airport, but otherwise it was a very quick and imminently more sane journey than our drive in. Again, signage at the airport proved challenging, but we did manage to get the car returned and backtrack our way to the international terminal where check-in was deceptively quick and painless.
... glad I decided to go visit, because it was the best opportunity to spend time with friends and to see a beautiful Scandinavian country.
My flight from Copenhagen to Stockholm was easy, quick, and before I knew it, I was picking up my bags and checking them back in at Stockholm departures. My check-in wasn't straightforward...of course...because my final destination was Australia, and they needed to check if people had their ...
... hungry, ok? I'm now back in my hotel room, after stopping writing this half away yet though to go for a bit of a stroll through Vesterbro - I wouldn't normally head out for a stroll at 9pm on my own, but as it still has the feel of about 4 in the afternoon, I wasn't bothered, and it was nice to see a part of the city that I hadn't explored yet. So that's about it for now. I've had a pretty good couple of days so far. Copenhagen is a beautiful city and, as I've mentioned before, has ...
We visited the museum that holds the Visa it is the only preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world, more than 95 percent of the ship is original, and it is decorated with hundreds of carved sculptures.The 69 meter-long warship Vasa sank on its maiden voyage in the middle of Stockholm in 1628, and was salvaged 333 years later in 1961. Apparently the king wanted a new warship, the maker was given a year and a thousand oak ...