|Bryggen, which is located right by a port.|
in particular, a spot downtown known as Bryggen, that feels especially Scandinavian. The street is lined with colourful buildings and inside the buildings are shops filled with all kinds of Norwegian goodies!
We spent the morning walking around downtown. We went to Bryggen, of course, and walked down a few alleys to see where they led us. We also went to a fish market, which is apparently Bergen's top attraction. There, we got the chance to try whale (it actually tastes kind of good!) and buy freshly caught salmon to cook for dinner that night.
|If you go somewhere and don't|
have a photoshoot, did you
really even go to said
don't think I'll ever forget the view from that spot.
|Silvia and Ana, two Spanish girls I couldn't imagine|
my life here in Sweden without. And behind us?
The GORGEOUS view from the random
village we accidentally went to.
|Check out this cool waterfall|
To get to the waterfall, we had to walk through at least three miles of farmland. Since I grew up in a farming town, I felt completely at home and even told a few stories I had from working on a farm. It was a great way to pass the time. And the waterfall itself? Gorgeous! But even better than the
waterfall was the view! From the waterfall, you could see all of the farmland you'd just trekked across, and it, again, was absolutely stunning. Really, Norway is just a gorgeous place. I am quite fond of it. I wouldn't say no if someone asked me to go again.
|A truly picturesque sunset :)|
Farvel! (that's Norwegian for goodbye!)