Fun places in Lund

It took a couple of weeks for us to find the Mouse Dormitory (some kids from ISLK said that the mice were evicted from their previous location)

Now JenJill and I will have to make the journey to Malmö in order to find more Anonymouse installations. The girls will see an orthodontist there at the end of September so that might be a good chance to go searching.

We haven’t visited any museums yet but Kungshuset looks very intriguing.

Built in 1578- Housing for the Danish king on his visits to the area, but mostly used by the sheriff

I love this new area near our house. It’s parkland managed by the city, with trails around and through a horse farm. Someday I’ll follow the trail all the way out to the coastal town of Lomma.

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