Today we hit the road and took the bus-metro-bus to Frederiksborg Palace in Hillerød. This place seems to be underrated considering I haven’t heard many people talk about it, but it is the largest residential Renaissance castle in Scandinavia. It’s gorgeous.
The photos I took don’t even do the castle any justice – and we didn’t even make it to the best part, the gardens, which looked beautiful through the palace windows (Google it!). It was a little too chilly for me outdoors, but I have a feeling this wasn’t our last trip. Oh, and check out my new Zara coat. Merry Christmas to me!
Elsa also enjoyed the castle, but made a comment about how she misses the convenience of having a car. I barely even notice anymore. Our bus-metro-bus journey is just another day. And it’s kind of nice because gas prices here are outrageous.
Last night we got a little Christmas-spirited, and El and I baked 75 chocolate chip cookies, wrapped them up, and made them pretty. Then we put them in this cute basket and gave them to Jeff to give to people he likes for Christmas. It really felt so home-y because we usually bake these cookies during Christmas at our house every year. They are the best.
So after that I was feeling pretty house-wifey. But I don’t have a house and I am not a wife. So I don’t really know how that works.
Have you done anything Christmas-y lately? The date is sneaking up on me!
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