Thursday evening in Eslöv: My father and O are trying to connect O’s computer to my father’s printer in the basement (due to bathroom renovations on the 2nd floor my father’s office has temporarily moved to the basement), my mother is boiling potatoes and preparing for one of my favourite dinners: oxrullader (beef roulades?) while I am hysterically eating some Malaco’s Zoo sweets because of very low blood sugar levels…
My hometown Eslöv is situated in the middle of Skåne (Mellanskåne), the most southern landscape / county of Sweden. Eslöv has approximately 17,000 inhabitants (municipality 30,000) and has direct train access to Lund (12 minutes), Malmö (~30 minutes) and Copenhagen Airport (~1 hour).
Here are some photos from our walks around town:
One of the classic fastfood places or so-called “street kitchens” (gatukök) in Eslöv, Vickis gatukök (Anderssons and Chikos are the other locally famous gatukök)
What we bought today: a graham bread and sweet wheat bread from the high school bakery programme, guest slippers x5 in a cute little bag on which Gäster (Guests) is written, a bottle of Spanish wine from Systembolaget and one of my grandfather’s books for 10 SEK (from the Second-hand bookshop)