The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea
art, Öresund bridge, Denmark, Humelbaek, Karen Blixen, literature, Louisiana, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Malmo, Museum of Modern Art, photography, photos, road trip, sculpture, Smørrebrød, travel
After spending the day in Copenhagen my Godmother and I took the Öresund bridge to Malmo. This 8km long bridge links Denmark with Sweden and is quite amazing, sadly the grey skies and murky air didn’t allow a great view but it was an experience none the less.
After a wet morning in Sweden we returned back to Denmark and traveled up the coast of Zealand, the largest of the Danish islands, to the tiny town of Rungstedlund. This is where the Danish author Karen Blixen (pen name Isak Dinesen) was born, lived and died. She wrote the world renowned autobiographical-novel Out Of Africa and many other stories and books.
I may not have known much about her before I went but I was fascinated by her life story and really enjoyed my visit to her home, now a museum.
After we had our Smørrebrød and a cup of tea/coffee we headed further up the coast to Humelbaek and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. This incredible museum has not only got a beautiful view but unique underground galleries. My Godmother and I spent a few hours wandering around and enjoying sculptures, paintings and photography – and of course another Smørrebrød before we left.
As it was getting late my Godmother and I decided it was time to find a place for the night so we drove back towards Germany and found a lovely hotel in Kerteminde, on the island Funen.
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