09 September 2014

Up the coast

On Friday, Tine and I went for an impromptu trip up the coast. It was glorious weather so we biked along the coastline until we reached the Arne Jacobsen-designed petrol station at Skovshoved. Inside that beautiful building there's a café and it made for a great coffee spot.
On our way north, we came by the beautiful Charlottenlund Søbad, a pool in the sea. I love those green wooden houses with the white windows.
Arne Jacobsen designed the petrol station in 1936. It must be the world's classiest petrol station.
The big house in the back is the American embassy. I think the ambassador must feel he has the best place to live.
I couldn't help taking this photo; the coastal road is over-run by fancy cars, for one, making it nearly impossible to not take such a photo, and then I think this shot represents the Whisky Belt pretty well. Expensive houses, expensive cars.


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