Scandic Hotel Star Lund
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lund
... the lobby and our terrific tour guides, James and Dusty handed out water, snacks and the all important voice receivers with headphones. These let you hear everything the guides say without them yelling and U.S. Still missing every other word. We were also joined by a local guide from Denmark. His name is Claus. Claus was able to give us a real feel for the Danish people. We loved listening to him because he is so proud of his country. All three guides took us on ...
... to ride on one of the greenway paths. This idea is really interesting to me- taking a look at your bike lane grid and overlaying a parallel grid of paths that are serene and quiet and green. I would ride these paths everywhere! Another thing I got to see on our ride were various parks. They are very alternative and unique with work out equipment and different kinds of lamp posts and intentional graffiti and rock walls.. Copie (my new nickname for Copenhagen) really has the ...
... the bus to malmo station and continued our journey by train to Copenhagen. We had a few sqwables on the way but figured it out as I like maps and Christian likes winging it. Our hotel is very central and beautiful. We decided to go for a walk around after dropping off our luggage. We ate at a pub called the Dubliner. I had Irish stew and Christian had his old stand by fish and chips. Then we headed back for a good nights ...
... 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 ...
... statue of the Little Mermaid. We also biked to her family's summer cottage, a quaint one room home, which is used mostly by her mother and aunt for gardening. Almost everyone, if not everyone, lives in apartments in city center of Copenhagen, making it difficult to have garden space. A beautiful 30 minute bike ride to outskirts of town gives her family a chance to enjoy this hobby.
I had known that Northern Europeans are on average the ...