In 2002 we made a 3-week tour of Norway with our own car. The country is too beautiful to summarize in this blog.
I will post more blogs about it once I have pasted the photos and processed my report. I now came to the discovery that I need to re-sort the photos. I've been so stupid to give them to my help once so her daughter could see them.. He had also been in Norway and wanted to see our pictures so much. Come to the discovery that all the rolls are no longer in the correct order and the pictures in the package are not. That's gonna be a fun challenge for me so.
Anyway, now some nice pictures and some information.
Driving there was so super relaxed no one drove over 80 km. That was forbidden and everyone also adhered to it.
What a relief Fred thought that.
Nature is overwhelmingly beautiful!!
Norway's largest and best-preserved stave church was built in the period 1147-1249 and is still used today (that was in 2002) or is still so I do not know.
The special atmosphere in the church allows us to experience how things must have been done here in the Middle Ages.
I only got one picture inside think it was too dark for it.
otherwise I would have had them.
It is said that the Geirangerfjord is the most beautiful Norwegian fjord. Whether it really is, I don't dare say. To me, they were all equally beautiful.
We made a boat trip through the fjord and he is without a doubt really beautiful. He is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is 15km long and is very close in some places with steep cliffs on both sides and spectacular waterfalls are swirling down from high altitude.
At some point we could choose through a long tunnel or over. Nothing tunnel says Fred I go upstairs over.
Was a nice detour but we were happy to. Above there was snow and suddenly we stood in front of a group of Elks.
That was enjoying!!
The tunnel that was said to be imitated there was the Northern Lights we did of course.
Nice hey... if it matches reality I don't know.