Lilla Hotellet

Address: Bankgatan 7, Lund, Skåne, 223 52, Sweden | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Lund

City of Spires

A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 25, 2014

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... the royal family moved in, and in 1443 Copenhagen was declared the country’s new capital, replacing the nearby Roskilde. The city suffered numerous setbacks in the ensuing centuries, including the bubonic plague, which killed nearly a third of its population, several fires, and a bombardment by the English fleet in 1807. Nevertheless, Copenhagen continued to expand and flourish. It’s set to enlarge still further in the coming years, with several ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by alexandrealynn on Jun 11, 2014

As my first session comes to an end this Friday, so many thoughts are going through my mind. First, it is crazy that I have lived in Copenhagen for almost 3 weeks now. Second, the fact that it doesn't feel like I am taking classes and actually have assignments due is baffling. I have one final paper and presentation standing in the way of the end of this class. How time flys. Today we took a trip to the Mindfulness House. Two women there work to help people become ...

Last day of Prague Copenhagen here we come!!!

A travel blog entry by rell01 on May 21, 2014

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... to fight the ticket machine first to get a ticket. Worth the fight. Once up great views, a huge Observatory, a Cathedral, heaps of huge cement monuments depicting Christ's trail & crucifixion going from Roman numerals 1-14. Not sure why but interesting. We had a breather, then entered the Hall of Mirrors very old building but still made us laugh at the shapes it was making us look. Then onto the horrible walk up up up the ...

A Quick Side Trip to Louisiana

A travel blog entry by cmpatti on Oct 20, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... inviting pathways and footbridges, the garden allows ample space to appreciate the large pieces and their interaction with the natural setting.

The museum is shaped in a loop and is itself an architectural masterpiece of Danish design and materials. The permanent collection, which is rotated constantly, includes a wide assortment of post-1945 paintings, photography and other pieces, which we toured before ...

Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jul 13, 2013

8 photos

... there that night! We stayed for quite a while, hoping to catch a glimpse of him before we left, but when he had not come onto the stage by half past nine we called it a day. We had had a long day and were battling to stay awake.

As Murphy would have it, the show started when we entered our room. How do we know? Our room looked out over Tivoli and we could hear the entire show. So, with the sound of Sting filling our ears, we drifted off to sleep in our tiny heaven ...