Pauline and I both absolutely loved Bergen, which was our last stop on the cruise. As the Lonely Planet Guide says: "Surrounded by seven hills and seven fjords, Bergen is an utterly beguiling city...."
These little passages between some of the shops were fascinating - notice the wooden floor boards.
You may have noticed in previous posts that I love gargoyles - I especially liked this three-faced king high above the shop front.
We met another old chap - we never did find out if he was a troll
Behind the tree in front of this building is Starbucks - home of delicious coffee and free wifi for thirsty travellers. There was also a fascinating food market.
The fish market (and they sold vegetables here as well)
We took the Funicular to Mount Floyen via the Funicular. I have to admit to a fear of heights so was slightly hesitant about this, but my sister persuaded me and I was so glad I did. The views were spectacular
We were down by this lake with its spectacular fountain an hour or so previously.
A last look at the harbour before boarding our ship for the return journey
We had only just returned to the ship when the mist came down thick and fast.
I had a go at stitching some of the above photo's together to make a panorama - I am quite impressed.