Day 2 – Bergen > Fish Market > Bryggen Old Wharf (World UNESCO heritage site) > Market Square
We started our second day with early waking and hearty breakfast. Even before we stepped out of the house, it was already drizzling outside, and we knew we were in the right city. There is a reason why it is known as the city of rain in Norway because literally it rains for average of 240 days per year, almost 65% of the time. Because we did our homework, so we were well prepared with the convenient pack rain coat. It is safe to have one with you even if it is during summer.
It was one of the weekends where we decided to give ourselves a retreat and went for spa massage at Vibes Spa. Though we are not really fancy over this kind of treatment, we still give it a try since we have no other plan for that weekend. Overall the experience was decent and comfortable. Their service level was satisfying as well. We would say the session did made us feel a little bit more relax but the pressure point by the masseurs could be further improved as the results could have been better if every press was on the right spot.
Day 1 – BGO airport (Arrive) > Erik Place (AirBnB)
Our journey in Norway started in Bergen, the city of rain. We flew in from Stockholm and landed in Bergen quite late in the afternoon about 2pm. By the time we collected our luggage and walked out to take a cab, it was almost 3pm something, and the sky was already dark. In twilight months during the winter, the sun set earlier than other months. For our November visit, sunset in Bergen was about 4pm.