The Viking capitalJuly 14, 2017 in Norway ⋅
Where - Trondheim
Weather - Cool and cloudy then sunny - 14°C
Steps - Fitbit had an error - said we walked 30000 steps or around 20km - this is not right but I do think it was around 22000 steps and 14km. Either way we did a lot of walking.
Trondheim in North Western Norway was once the capital of Norway during the Viking age up until around 1200. No shore excursion organised so we wandered into town. Trondheim is known by is colourful wharf buildings and cathedral which was started in the 9th century. They also the first (only?) bike lift in the world which was a bit of a novelty.
Sea day tomorrow followed by Honnigsvag and the North Cape which is the most northern part of Norway.Read more