Best Western Bergen
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We spent the day today exploring Bergen. It is a very tourist town. Our first stop this morning was a church near our B&B. It was built in the 1800's with gorgeous wood work. The very high ceiling is all wood. The person who was manning the church was a retired Lutheran
minister from Wisconsin. It was quite interesting talking to him about life in Norway.
Most of the action is centered at ...
... a really old clock which I think is neat.
On our way back from the fortress we encountered the Oslo Cathedral, Main Street, the flower bazaar (there were even dried maple leaves and the flowers and plants were beautiful),the Karl Johans Gate (the planters along here by the gate are beautiful and colourful) and the National Theatre. We finally after about 4 hours on foot headed back to the hotel to rest for awhile.
We then went back to the harbour for dinner and it was a ...
... our attention by sharing funny stories built around what he was juggling, but the funniest part came when he picked a young boy from the audience to help him. The boy was from Germany and didn’t quite understand what he was being asked to do so the first couple of times it didn’t work. On the 3rd time everything worked perfectly and the little boy was so excited to get it ...
... plastic and bio or food waste. You could make dumping your trash an aerobic activity. And each time you go through the process you increase your chances of throwing your keys down the chute.
2. There are Roundabouts everywhere. This isn't a bad thing. Cuts down on the number of stop lights. Makes driving around town and the countryside much more efficient. A+ for this Norway.
3. Teslas. They are everywhere. Norway must have the highest per ...
... was to get back to Bergen and we were off by 09:15, motoring all the way as there was little wind and what there was was on the nose. The route I’d opted for took in yet another new fjord, called Herdlefjorden which starts at the northern end at Hjeltefjorden and the southern end empties into the Bergen fjord, Byfjorden. At its northern end, the scenery is relatively wild and grand but as one approaches Bergen, the shoreline and adjacent hills are ...