For those of you that know me, or have ever walked into my kitchen, it's pretty clear that pretty tea cups and mugs bring me happiness. Therefore, I was in heaven this Tuesday afternoon surrounded by the traditional and modern designs. It was so interesting to see how the modern designs borrow the traditional fundamentals and then add their own spin of functionality. I'm still having dreams of my future kitchen…
Tina met me at the train station and we drove up to Helsinger, Denmark, a beautiful town on the coast. We enjoyed some delicious ice-cream and walked though the gates of Kronborg Castle, the castle that was originally built by King Frederick II in 1585. I couldn't believe that I was walking through this beautiful structure that has gone through so many years of history!
The castle was also the inspiration for Shakespeare's Hamlet, which was set in the beautiful castle. We walked around the border of the castle, stood out over the coast that treated us with an ocean breeze, and took in the scenery of the magnificent structures.
Tina then treated me to an incredible dinner. Thank for being such a great tour guide!