We were supposed to start on a train out of Oslo. Their train station is closed. The whole thing…not just some tracks. Weird. So we started on a bus that took us to a train.
While my feet didn’t hurt, my arse does after sitting on a train for hours. Not a complaint. I saw beautiful country, quaint little towns and snow. Yep – lots of snow.
And lots of waterfalls which must be a result of snow melting. It is July so the snow must be melting.
We then got on a ferry, in the rain, for a two-hour fjord cruise. I love water. We had terrible visibility because of fog….or were we in the clouds?
Our adventure began at 6:30 am and we didn’t get back to Oslo until 10 pm. Long day. Full day. The scheduling was very precise and I appreciate everything that was packed into a single day; but the most we had at any stop was 15 minutes. Most of the beauty and splendor had to be appreciated en route because there was no time for exploring any of the quaint little towns.