Alesund is a quiet town in northern Norway. It is built on the seaside of hilly hills and at the top of the fjord. It is a dock and supply station for many ships. This main street is very simple and not very developed.
According to a comment from a group of four people, it was the time when the owner Ma came to have a meal here (could it be to expand the overseas shopping e-commerce?), so the brightness of the restaurant can be imagined. The blind cat ran into death and he was actually booked in the hotel where "LP" called for the city’s iconic attractions. I didn’t recognize it...
"Free-range" in Alesund for a day, walking around. Walk along the main street all the way up the mountain, there are many shops on both sides, take pictures. There are many parking spots on both sides of the main street, parking is very convenient. Many shops have tables and chairs, which you can do when you accompany you to shop, which is very user-friendly.
Go down from the viewing platform to the city, stroll along the river to the city’s central square, and watch the German Art Nouveau buildings up close at the beginning of the last century. The sculptures around the square, the colorful huts reflected in the water, and the German-style tower blockhouses seem to be the fairy tale kingdom of Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, southern Germany, which I visited only three months ago. The twilight hung down, and the lights came on. At this time, the color of the sky is fickle, and it is more dignified and deep. Under the photosynthesis of the sky, the old city seems to be back to the old way before the century, much like a weather-beaten old man telling the story of his youth.
The main street is not wide, there are few cars and people, there are some shops on both sides, there are banks, supermarkets, the dock is on the side of the main street, the bus terminal is also on the side of the main street, and there is also a dock next to it. It feels good to stroll the main street.