We took an E-Scooter tour of Oslo. It was a great way to quickly see the main sights of the city. As you can see – the sun finally came out and the sky was bright blue.
The sky finally cleared and the sun came out! Our first stop in Oslo was Neseblod Records, a famous Black Metal record shop that my husband was interested in. The store had wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling CDs, cassettes, albums, posters, t-shirts, and souvenirs. I really liked the Norsk Folkemuseum, an open-air museum with more than 150 collected … Continue reading
We took the bus from Voss to Gudvangen, a ferry from Gudvangen to Flam, a train from Flam to Myrdal, and a train from Myrdal to Oslo today. It was a long journey that took just over 12 hours, but it was absolutely beautiful. The waterfalls and seaside villages were gorgeous, and the grass is … Continue reading
We took the train from Bergen to Voss this morning. Voss is considered the adventure capital of Norway with activities including kayaking, zip lines, white water rafting, mountain biking, and rock climbing. The mountain town is set on the edge of a beautiful lake. We hiked to Bordalsgjelet Gorge, located about 30 minutes from our … Continue reading
We’ve started our Scandinavian adventure in Bergen, Norway. The second-largest city in Norway is located on the western coast of the country and is considered the gateway to the fjords. It’s the rainiest city in Europe, and the forecast for the next 10 days advises 100% chance of rain every day. We took a walking … Continue reading