Thursday, August 8, 2013

Ulvik, Norway



If this is Thursday, it must be Ulvik…and our final port of call.

The rain held off until after we returned to the ship by tender.  This picturesque village is but a dot on the map at the end of one of the many fjords.  Cute, but hardly a top ten destination.

We were treated to a delightful piano recital at this quaint, old church with a very old adjacent cemetery:


Goodbye, Norway!  This is a beautiful country.  We are glad we visited, but we are ready to move on.  Three weeks on a ship is a long time. 

Tonight is formal night, which means that tomorrow is a sea day, then Dover on Saturday.  The adventure continues.

Cheers, y’all!


Barb and the Gs said...

What a lovely cruise! Sigh... one more sea day... I can't wait for my own sea day. srsly.

big hugs xoxo

Sandee said...

Yes three weeks is a long time. You've had a great time and that's wonderful. Enjoy your formal night and the last sea day.

Have a terrific day honey. Big hugs. ☺

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I'm still living vicariously through these posts of yours :)

Judy said...

Don't say 3 weeks is long enough!! We will have 51 days - we leave on August 20. I don't blog but I will let you know how it is going with a comment or two now and then.

ivana said...

Buongiorno, Sandy!

All thinhs have an end, but it's good, one can regenerate himself, then can desire another adventure, after a rest!
Big hugs!

Haley D. said...

It's been a lovely armchair adventure for us! Thanks for sharing the sites with us. We are looking forward to having you back home!