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We helped Abby get settled and took her on an initial shopping trip to the nearest Ikea, which is in Malmo and happens to be the world's second largest Ikea store. The rooms don't come with linens so she needed bedding and towels along with a few items she didn't bring.
They told us not to expect to ship her anything because the shipping …
We arrived in Lund the lovely little university town of Lund, in the south of Sweden as part of the Australian contingent to the wedding of Australian born Neil and Swedish Viktoria. Lund is small and very pretty, famous for its university, and for its cathedral. We were welcomed with a traditional Swedish ´crayfish party´. This involves eating …
... fjord and built the first church on the spot of this lovely cathedral. The cathedral was extended by Bishop Absalon in 1160 and it has changed little since then except for the addition of many "side chapels". The cathedral has traditionally been the burial place of all the Danish rulers since that time.
Walking through reminded us so much of Westminister Abbey with many floor tombs of famous Danes and huge ornate coffins and ...
... how you can not think of something and yet miss it so much! The train went over a bridge and then onto a ferry. It was very cool! The ferry was filled with Danish shoppers as Denmark is a very expensive country. We spent most of our time on deck enjoying the salt air. Then it was back down to the train to exit the ferry. The trip through the countryside to Copenhagen was lovely and homey. Arriving in Copenhagen, Katja found us in the station and walked us out on ...
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