My awesome aunt and uncle recently uprooted from Århus, Denmark, and decided to try life in Rørvig. For those unfamiliar, Århus is the second largest city in Denmark and is situation on the east coast of the peninsula up from Germany, called Jutland. It’s quite a cultural exciting city, my aunt and uncle both architects were heavily involved with the design centers of the city. But now, it’s Rørvig, a tiny slow-paced coastal town on the northern tip of Sjæland, the island on which Copenhagen sits, surrounded by a fjord and the North Sea and Kattegat. It’s beautiful, picturesque, quaint, (cold and windy), and made for postcards!