Molde. Evening walk along the promenade
Fourth day of the journey comes to an end. Today we visited old mining town of Røros, met the first Norwegian capital of Trondheim, crossed Halsford, drove along the banks of Barnfonden and Fannefjorden, and in the dusk approaching the city of Molde, where we planned to overnight.
A Ferry across Romsdalfjord.
Cruise port. Regular guests Molde - ships of the Hurtigruten line, know that you can in the red-and-black color scheme. The shipping company Hurtigruten (Hurtigruten, the Express route) operates daily flights between Bergen and Kirkenes, calling into the fjords.
The location of the hotel, located directly opposite the cruise docks, I went for a walk in the evening city, having the main goal search the grocery store.
With this in Molde had been an obvious difficulty. A couple of shops that I met, offered only ice cream and chips. Ultimately, perebivalis a hamburger in a cafe at the gas station, I went to the town's waterfront.
In the late 19th century Molde has gained popularity as a resort. Tourists are attracted by the mild climate and beautiful views. Along the shore were built hotels and resorts, and the city became known as "nice of the North".
Along the waterfront, moored fishing boats of all sizes - from large trawlers
to small boats.
Seafront offers one of the most beautiful panoramas of Norway, with views of the mountain massif Trollheimen - "country trolls".
The Port administration building.
Panorama of the waterfront.
Evening ferry of line Molde-Vestnes.
Passing along the embankment, I came out on Moldetorget, the town's main square.