Adri’s cousin and his wife moved to Germany four years ago. During these four years we met up in Hungary and Holland but not yet in Germany. We decided Easter would be a good time to change that and see where they are living. We got into the car and about 3 hours later we arrived in Kreuztal, Germany and were greeted by Balázs and Csilla.
Our little boy is growing up fast! It might sound like a cliche, because it is. 🙂
A short blog post with nothing more than five pictures! The little man enjoying his Efteling visit.
Day 2. Our last day in Copenhagen. On day 3 we would have to get up early to catch our flight back home. A couple of weeks before our departure we got the notification that the late flight had been cancelled and were left with the option for an early flight that same day. One day less to enjoy Copenhagen unfortunately.
Colorful and cold. And boy did it feel cold at times (brrr!). But I guess that’s all part of a good Scandinavian winter. Including the snow of course. We left from Eindhoven airport and were at Copenhagen airport in less than 1,5 hours. Normally it only takes about 20 minutes to get from the airport to Kongens Nytorv (The King’s New Square) by Metro. Our trip took a little longer because we had to wait and switch lines due to some problems just before we reached our destination. Eventually we got where we needed to be and could find our way to the hotel easily. One week after Budapest we were now in Copenhagen (17th of January).
Two days actually. And one night. We were back in Budapest for the weekend on the 9th of January. And not just any weekend. I planned the whole trip as a surprise. A surprise that came with a ring and I am happy she said yes!