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The trip itself was quite exhausting. I "visited" three countries for the first time yesterday: Germany (Frankfurt airport), Denmark (Copenhagen airport) and of course Sweden. The trip itself was quite uneventful if we overlook the rush over the Frankfurt airport to make the connecting flight. After four flights, two train rides and a long walk I was really exhausted and when I came home I just crashed: Slept like a baby!
Two things really caught my attention while making my way across Europe. On Frankfurt airport I witnessed, for the very first time, an "airport land traffic jam": So many buses, baggage trucks and other personnel-only vehicles were buzzing around that it looked like a very busy city.
Quite the opposite was the flight to Copenhagen: I dare say that it was the quietest flight in the recorded history. I don't think a single conversation occurred while we were airborne! I don't know if that's typical for Scandinavian Airline flights, but it felt quite eerie to me!
Lund was strikingly beautiful yesterday. Even though the Weather forecast
predicted rain I was greeted by a picture perfect sight, without a cloud in the sky. That allowed me to walk from the train station to Nokia's office in Ideon science park and back. I was even delighted by seeing a few Swedish girls sunbathe and enjoy what was probably one of the warmest days this year.
Unfortunately I was too hungry too look for a restaurant that serves a great portion of Swedish meatballs, I settled for a Subway meal. But that was great too, and since we don't have a Subway in Slovenia, I technically still had something exciting for lunch! They are definitely on my to-do list for next time though!
Kan rekommendera du en bra restaurang där de tjänar svenska köttbullar i Lund?
All in all I had a great trip and Lund really charmed me. Hopefully it will turn out that it has been professionally successful as well. More on that is yet to come!