Before long, there was another. The sea, it seems, was too rough for the tenders. And so we were going to Denmark instead! Not Helsingborg, Sweden, but Helsingor, Denmark!
It proved to be a beautiful, medium-sized town.
The church and cloister had served many purposes over the years: After the Reformation, the Carmelites were turned out and the buildings were abandoned for a time. Then they were used as a hospital, a grammar school, and an almshouse. Presently the buildings other than the church are used for religious administration.
Most of us know of this castle as "Elsinore," the setting of Shakespeare's play Hamlet.