Back in Denmark again

My family returned from five weeks of intensive travel in the US, a few days ago.
We had a fantastic time!

We traveled the East coast from Key West - as you know, the southernmost town in the continental USA - up to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and even took a little trip further up North, to Ogunquit, Maine. That means that we drove about 2780 kilometres (or 1727 miles), and traveled through eleven states. I took 4379 pictures, to be very precise, that need to be sorted out. That is a monumental task, and god knows when I am done. But I will definitely turn some of them into stories here; just hang on. They will pop up over the summer, is my plan. 

In ten days time, I am having some surgery done in my right hand (I am one of the many sufferers of carpal tunnel syndrome) and hopefully it will fix many years of discomfort in my palms and fingertips. It also means that I will have to take yet another break from the keyboard and mouse, but I hope it won't be too long, because I have lots of stories and big and small travel tips for you...!

Here are a couple of Instagram favourites from the trip:

From top left: Early morning, South Beach, Miami / 'AMOR' by Robert Indiana, National Gallery of Art sculpture garden, Washington / Miami deco style marquee / Jumping on Ogunquit Beach on memorial day / Palmetto leaf grasshopper, Miami / Yummy snack style Cuban summer food, Key West

From top left: Jello. Such a very strange concept for a Scandinavian! / The Apollo Theatre, Harlem, NYC - where we went to see Pharrell Williams, and that was SO fantastic! / Strange and beautiful creature, Sea World, Orlando, Florida / Lincoln Memorial, Washington / My son on his fifth birthday in an almost empty Six Flags park, in Springfield, Massachusetts / Warrens Lobster House, Kittery, Maine. One of my favourite restaurants!

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