Solstrand Hotel & Bad
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... can't remember it ever being this wet. I have bought an umbrella but I am still very very wet. I wander around for a bit until the rain forces me in. I do locate h&m in the same place it's always been, I try on some clothes and actually leave a puddle on the floor. I suppose at least is proves I am not the wicked witch of the west! I have a sandwich and a coffee which bankrupts me, look around for a bit. This city is surrounded by mountains. I can't see any ...
This morning we set out to see the old buildings of Bryggen, it was interesting to walk amongst them, down the narrow alley ways and see the old timber structures, imagining a different era. Bryggen is located near the wharf so we were able to take in the sights of the wharf as well. It is a very busy port and there were a large number of ships berthed. We walked past the Rosenkrantz tower, the Bergen museum and strolled around ...
... benches. There wasn't much point to it either as they couldn't see over the edge. After a while they got up and moved around, leaving their chairs in the way of other passengers and cluttering up the deck. We got talking to a guy from the NSW central coast who was sitting across from us. He said it was comical what the crazy tourists were doing. He works on yachts in the south of France (sounds like a tough gig!) and has been travelling around a bit, visiting ...
Friday 1st August Bergen was a very strategic city in the Hanseatic period , and we are reminded of this in the museum and the buildings like the rows of shops on Bryggen. With 30,000 students it is now very much a University city where students study healthcare ( dentistry,medicine), natural sciences,linguistics and technology subjects. Tourism must rank high on the economic chart too as Bergen is crawling with them. It is a start point for cruising ...
... out that Lera and I were both off to see Bergen Cathedral so we walked there together - she is a teacher too, with a passing interest in theology and philosophy, so we had quite a bit to talk about. I've had a few moments of reflection today, the first of which was in the Cathedral. It was simple and quiet, and I usually find places of worship (of whatever tradition) to be kind of stilling in a way. I think it's the deliberateness of their construction - built of material things ...