This past fall I impulsively booked a quick to trip to Europe. My husband has been a long time game board fanatic and there is the largest game board convention in Essen, Germany. One night my insomnia getting the better of me I started searching flights. And as I’ve done many times in then past, I impulsively booked us a multi-country trip to Europe to not only visit the convention also visit my good friend in Denmark!
Now in this time of restriction of travel even in our own communities, I’m looking back on how grateful I am we took this chance to visit while we still could. I want to share just a small bit of our travels here to help brighten the vibes up here on the internet while everyone is looking for joy in all corners of the internet.
This first part in my series from our trip is from our visit with my high school friend in her home town of Kolding and little visit up to Arhus. Enjoy and be well readers.
The last time I sat in this living room I was 18 years old! What a joy to be back and to bring my husband along too.
It was amazing to visit with old friends… pick kids up from school and just visit. I’m so glad this all worked out!
It was a foggy but the castle in the center of Kolding, Denmark looked just as I had remembered it. Gosh to I love fog.
They took us a bit north to the town of Arhus, Denmark for a day to look around. What a lovely day and lovely city. Christina and looking like the cheerleaders we were all those years ago!
All photos taken with my Fuji xT2 and 23mm lens.