Trip to my neighbours

General, Urban life / Saturday, March 25th, 2017
A narrow cosy street in the City of Copenhagen. photo: tomi

I went with my colleagues to another seminar, this time not to Paris, but to Gothenburg.  Last time I was there,  I was applying to get into an actor school. Ended up making a mess and got rescued by Pippi Longstockings. No, I am not kidding now  – and yes there is a story there. Maybe later…

Feeling courageous, I drove  down to Gothenburg, and felt so brave I drove down even further to Lund, to meet up with family after the work seminar was done.  My former sister in law lives there.  Did not get to see my lovely nephews and niece sadly.  Parked my car, and took the train over to Copenhagen to meet up with a long time friend of mine.  She married a danish guy, a very good choice. We have known eachother for  almost 50 years now.  We were really close during our teen years, and hang together all the time.

I was not travelling for a long period of time, only a few days – but when I came home it felt like I had been travelling for much longer.  The long drive back might have had something to do with that.

I of course had to get a picture of the bridge between Denmark and Sweden on my way back home.  So into the TV-series “Broen” , I just love that story.

Bridge between Denmark and Sweden, this from the Danish side. photo: tomi