Trip Start Jul 07, 2007
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Trip End Sep 22, 2007


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Thursday, July 26, 2007

A sleepy, laid-back, unversity town with medieval roots. Streets in the centre were largely pedestrianised and cobbled. It felt open and friendly despite a lack of suitable parking. There were many multi-storey parking "houses" but Tallulah was too tall for these. We followed signs for the only standard car park and discovered a market there. After searching around for another we parked anyway and later spotted the signs indicating no parking until after 3pm.

Stunning architecture for the main university buildings, cathedral, central square and many other shops. Good market hall where the local speciality sausage "Lundaknaken" provided an enjoyable breakfast.

We would happily have spent longer but knowing that our parking was slightly shaky we did not want to out-stay any welcome and hit the road again shortly afterwards travelling towards Gothenburg. We paused part-way at a lovely beach in Angelholm for lunch and the obligatory ice-cream. Tor could not resist the opportunity to paddle in the icy sea water and dry off walking along the surprisingly sandy beach.
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