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
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Like us, Denmark has a progressive income tax with certain tax deductions like home mortgage interest. But unlike us, they are happy to pay it for many reasons:
It provides them with not only free but high quality healthcare with a higher percentage of patient satisfaction than the U.S.
Not only do all university students get free tuition, they also receive a monthly stipend of around $1200 ...
... a little guide book made by DIS with the four stops on the scavenger hunt and a map of the city where the stops were located. It was then up to our six member group (4 of which I had never met because the groups were assigned) to get from one destination to another. Our first stop was Christiansborg- The Danish Parliament. This exquisite building has the highest tower in all of Copenhagen, in which we got to go ...
... 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 ...
... Grand, our first ship was huge but this is a whole lot bigger yet by almost 40%. Our captain is the same one as our last during the Panama cruise and we remember him announcing he was transferring to one of their largest two ships.
Once on board we enjoyed lunch and then started the investigative tour. Some things are similar but this ship has a new "Seawalk" that is an outward curved gangway that is over the sea and you ...
2. Bed & Breakfasts are a wonderful way to see the countryside and meet some very nice people along the way. However if you are aren't already claustrophobic, being in the bathroom at some of these quaint country homes will certainly make you appreciate a little elbow room.
3. At restaurants don’t be afraid to ask about the unique English translations of some dishes (yes even in English speaking countries like the UK ...