Scandic Hotel Star Lund
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... their housing. So much so, one girl from New Zealand, Caitlin was able to lend me a spare blanket left behind in her apartment. And offered to cook me dinner. I think I'm gonna like it here.
There was 1 problem, however; there was nothing planned (socially) for that evening! Well, there was a meet and greet meal, but that had a significant lack of partying for my liking and my newfound friends (some ...
... 8217;t drink as much as we should have because we couldn’t go to the toilet.
We saw the changing of the guards at the palace. I was surprised at how young the guards were, but it was interesting. Now for some odd facts. We were told that there are two bikes for every resident in Copenhagen. As well as this 37,000 bikes cross the bridge into the city every day. We haven’t seen any baby in the strollers you see at home, they are all in good well ...
... 20 minutes or so with Abby cycling between suffering, frustration and ripping bites off of those poor french fries. But guess what? The french fries won the day! By the time we left that restaurant, she was a different kid. Mended, sated, and happy, yeah! Everyone was feeling great on the walk back to the hotel. But do you know what was really weird? It was now around 9PM and still broad daylight. Huh? Anyway, back at the hotel we relaxed and started to unpack and get ...
... out the Little Mermaid, Tivoli Garden and Carlsberg brewery. Should be good.
We did a lap on the bus and stopped to check out the Little Mermaid and then checked out Tivoli Garden. Then hopped on another bus and headed to Carlsberg. This place is massive. Acres and acres. Lots of bars and places to eat. Also has an adventure park/playground. Not an active brewery any more, but still impressive. Had to have a sample.
... was the largest in Europe, so I thought I would choose to go here. While I got ready, my roommate Amy made reservations at an authentic Danish restaurant near city center called Kronborg. Danes have a sandwich called smorebord, or a similar spelling, that is a piece of bread usually topped with a meat. At the restaurant the waitress recommended that you start with a fish and then move to a meat. Since each plate was around 100 Kr ...