I’m still a bit stunned by the drive we took today. It had to be the most beautiful scenery I’ve ever seen in person, and without question the prettiest journey from Point A to B, beginning to end and without lapse.
There’s so much I want to write about, and I’m suddenly feeling like time is going too fast and I’m several posts behind (I still haven’t told you guys about the AMAZING sand sculpture exhibit we saw back in Aarhus, or the ferry ride to Oslo, or a quite intense art museum experience that I will be talking about for years).
But for tonight–it’s 2 am in Ålesund, yet the western horizon still shows the oranges and pinks of a recent sunset–I’ll keep is simple and leave you guys with some pictures from our drive today. We took the E6 from Oslo through Romsdalen, where Greg’s ancestors are from, and finally landed here, in this port town all done up in an Art Nouveau architectural style which we’ll explore in more depth tomorrow.
I’ll post in order of increasing magnitude, which coincidentally is also the order in which they were taken. 🙂