Erin Explores

by Erin Elaine

Bergen, Norway (July 2014)


Bergen was my first stop in Norway. What a delightful little coastal town! A lot of people stay here or in Stavanger as a “home base” to begin their fjord adventures.


The old harbor-side neighborhood is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I’ve never seen anywhere quite like this. I tried to imagine the whole city like this, Vikings stomping up and down the stairs, the smells of wood and lutefisk and reindeer hide and a soft drizzle from the grey sky.


For dinner I had reindeer – yum!!!


This old house has been preserved as a museum. The small size of the bunks surprised me – I guess Scandinavians weren’t always so tall!


The famous runes – “my dear, kiss me”


Up to the overlook!

All of my pictures…

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2 comments on “Bergen, Norway (July 2014)

  1. Ruta Travels
    July 27, 2015

    Erin – wonderful pictures and looks like you were lucky with the weather, not so rainy. Which attractions is a must see in Bergen? Going there in a week.
    – Ruta

    • Erin Elaine
      July 27, 2015

      For sure wander around the old harbor neighborhood, it’s free! And I always love cable cars or anything that gives me a good view, so I would recommend that.

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