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Lund Things to Do

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    by equllei Updated Dec 21, 2002

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    If you stay in Lund longer than a few hours I would reccomend everyone to visit Kulturen - the museum of Lund and Sweden. I hadn't been fond of museums before, but when I went there I found it so fascinating that I want to go back there again. There is both outdoor and indoor exibitions. "Kulturen is the second oldest open-air museum in the world – has its home in Lund".

    You can go inside very old swedish houses or a church...or just see the indoor exibition and "touch" the history...

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Lund Nightlife

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    by equllei Written Dec 21, 2002

    That's the place where I usually go dancing. It's right on the Stotorget, the first bar on yuor left . It's a bar upstairs and downstairs they have a dance floor where Thursday, Friday and Saturday all dancelovers meet.

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Lund Transportation

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    by equllei Updated Dec 22, 2002

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    The easiest way of moving around in Lund is going by bike. As parking lots are expensive and it's quite difficult to find a parking spot in Lund, bike is the best solution (also very environment-friendly).
    ps. just be careful, please, a week ago I had a biking accident the result of which are 3 stiches in my knee :(

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Lund Local Customs

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    by equllei Written Dec 21, 2002

    you should be careful while walking in the streets. The sidewalks are divided in half and one part is for bikes.

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Lund Favorites

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    by equllei Updated Dec 21, 2002

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    Favorite thing: The Swedish are very polite. Smiling a lot and thanking a lot. Perhaps that's why it feels so nice to live in Sweden. The country seem very orderly and everything is just so well organized.

    Fondest memory: Definitely Larkvagen and the family I have been staying with in Lund..Hugo and Otto - the two cutest little boys

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