Gamle Bergen, page 2

July 20, 2023


Next a barber shop and then several medical offices.

There was a home staffed with a servant who explained her job and the status of the women and children in the household.


The small building in front is a children's play house. Behind it is a shed for various carriages.

An outbuilding had a couple of toy cars.

There is a lovely view across to town and the cruise port. We had just missed a boat across, so rather than waiting for the next one, we walked back to the road and took the bus.

We got back to our room, and then I don’t recall anything of note we did after that. There was an Olivia restaurant out beyond the fish market, so we went there for a late lunch. Then wandering around in that area I made some shots in this square including of the the Museum 3,14, which we didn’t visit. And thus ended our tour of Norway. We went back to the hotel to prepare for leaving in the morning to fly to England. Conveniently, the express bus to the airport stopped just in front of our hotel entrance and cost just $15.12 in our money. Baggage check-in was self-service, and there was hardly a line at security. So we had plenty of time to eat and relax before the flight.


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