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Hej, och välkommen till Lund! (Hello, and welcome to Lund!)
Suitcases packed and bags loaded, Ryan and I boarded our final train of our winter travels to arrive (finally!) at Lund University. In typical Swedish style we were greeted with grey skies, rain and the cold - but that did little to dampen our spirits. From the train station we were shuttled away to check-in, get our info packs and our long awaited ...
... 9:00pm and we just came back from our evening of frolicking to the city and back. It was drizzling a bit but not cold so we put on rain jackets and had a good time. There was a concert at the city town hall and they were singing Abba songs that sounded quite good, we saw a group of singers in beautiful costumes on stage, upon further investigation we noticed they were Drag Queens. We left….
Another odd thing that we have noticed is ...
... take a walk, but where is Abby's stroller? Hmmm... (more about that later). Forget the stroller, let's just GO! So we take a walk down to the river and find a restaurant with outdoor seating. Fresh air and a view, PERFECT! By the time we get our food, Abby is still clearly not herself, but she hasn't vomited in almost an hour, so the fresh air is working. I don't even think about feeding her, considering her condition, so our plan is to eat quick and head back to the hotel. ...
... The buildings are magnificent and really well maintained and the city is spotless. Also, just the best weather, sunny and about 20. Stopped at a café for a drink in the old town, really nice (the old town was pretty good too) .
Looking forward to sailing out again. The little we saw sailing was breathe taking (just a bit too early too see much).
Had a late lunch on the balcony when we got back. Mole had a JJ with ...
... didn’t mind a bit.
We continued on as far as Tivoli Gardens, an amusement park established in 1843, but did not go inside, as there was not enough time to justify the admission fee. The architecture of the Old City is distinctly northern European. Mostly brick buildings with extensive and elaborate copper roofing, which reminded me of Hamburg. We slowly made way our way back to the ship, walking part of the way along the canal that winds through the Old City, and ...