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Met Stu and Miss E at the trianglen station and trained to Lund with our JoJo card getting us a discount..similar to myki. Found a great playground to amuse us and Elizabeth.They do these things so well here. An aviary in the park had peacocks,finches hens and other birds for children to observe..lovely place. Drifted to Lund cathedral after a terrific lunch of hamburgers with lots of salad. The cathedral was as we remembered but the crypt was open.. ...
... Very pleasant. Enjoyed dinner and spent time as Miss E tried on grandma new dress present..very cute! Wandered home 10 in the cooler evening and watched some TV before bed. 6 oclock breakfast after a short4 am wake. Dale gone to the couch as room small and stuffy. We do not dare to open a window as there is an alarm system which we have no instructions for. Not too bad. A park adventure planned for this morning..at 9 before nap ...
... running around under the sprinkler in their beautiful backyard. When Carl and Anna bought their stylish old home, the garden had not been touched for many years and the brambles had crept up to the backdoor.
They have done a brilliant job making the home livable and spent thousands of Swedish Kroner running new copper piping and electric wiring through the old (almost a castle) house. I can’t tell you how unique this 100+ year old, three story, ...
... Skanor, a small fishing village. Idyllic views of meadows with grazing cattle, lines of colourful beach huts along the dunes, and boats clanking in the windswept water were our reward. The wind off the water was icy, and the smell of fish frying in the nearby cafe was very tempting, but ...
... s Church which is dark and dingy from the outside but very light and airy inside. Preparations are underway for Malmo day. Several performance stages were being erected. The city has lots of parks and waterways. Our next stop was the castle which is also the site of of the Natural History Museum. Several displays dealt with environmental change and how people ...