Where the two seas meet
Last friday my classmate Lionel and I travelled 110km to see Skagen. We had to leave early in the morning to take the bus to Fredrikshavn so we could catch our train to the top of Denmark.
It took us two hours to reach this cute yellow fisher’s village. After wandering around we found the harbor. We were so lucky that day because there wasn’t a cloud in the sky and the sun was shining. It was still cold though. I was really glad I wore my cashmere dress by Chauncey.
You can’t visit a town without going to the local coffee bar right? We had a latte at this charming place called Hr Hoyer. I really liked the atmosphere and was quite surprised to find such a great place in such a tourist spot.
Another thing that caught my eye was the wide variety of interior design/antique shops. The one across from the station was my favorite. They had a lot of cool lamps and chairs. So if you are into those kind of things, make sure to put Skagen on your design tour through Denmark. ( Molbak, Sct. Laurentiivej 17c)
Four km to the north of Skagen lies Grenen. This is the point where the two seas meet, Skagerrak & Kattegat. The walk to the point was really beautiful because you could see the nature changing. And after 2 km we could hear the sea. I love the sound of the sea.
Because I was so impressed by this experience I wanted to show it to you guys in a video. It was so strange to see the two seas merge in one another. If you ever are in Denmark. Make sure to visit this place. It is really magical.
I wouldn’t be Julie if I didn’t make a pop culture reference: “I’M ON A BOAT”
I hope my photos and video gave you the urge to visit this wonderful place. If you do, let me know how it was!
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