Ibis Styles Lund
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is affiliated with Tivoli Gardens, one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. The hotel modern and fairly stark, much like the simple Danish architecture (except for the elevators which could give one a migraine). The hotel has a Pierrot theme. Hard to imagine the hotel but take my word for it. And then Pierrot joined us for breakfast. The weather looked a bit iffy but the morning was rain free, but a bit cool (low 60s). After breakfast we met our ...
... course everyone was very sweet to me and after an hour or so I finally got myself to stop crying, the frozen blueberries relieved some of the swelling of my forehead and life went on.
Our afternoon was good, I could feel myself in kind of a bad mood but our tour with Henrik was great! Henrik and Eva took us around to the spots that the firm had presented about that morning; retrofitting projects around the city and it was awesome to see how they had come to life. We ...
... calling the police. I ask her if she can hold our luggage and I'll go with Christian for one last look. We headout. I brought the map (he didn't) I had us back at the car in 10 minutes. Then I laughed :) He was annoyed but glad that I haf found it. So I didnt getto see much of malmo, but Christian did. We decided to go straightto the airport instead of having another parking incident. We gladly turned in the car ...
... 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 ...
... area of Copenhagen called Freetown Christiania which is a self-run neighborhood of around 850 residents. The cannabis trade has been a source of controversy with the city government for years, but for now, it continues to house funky architecture with citizens wanting to live alternative lifestyles. It's a fun place to checkout and appreciate their unique lives.
Kimmie took me around the beautiful city and to popular tourist sites ...