The fjords of Norway are famous for their beauty and Tønsberg shows it. Near the town where we stayed (Horten, also on the fjords), Tønsberg is the oldest town in Norway. We explored it and the old viking tower, main wharf walk, church, quaint town, and incredible views. Being the beginning of fall, the leaves were changing colors, giving the cute little houses and incredible green rock the most beautiful aura. But truly my favorite part (and my favorite part of Norway in general) was the “End of the World”. We drove to an island that is part of Tønsberg and decided to drive the whole thing (it’s small, only miles in length) and when we got to the end, there was a sign that said something in Norwegian about this national park which translated to the End of the World. So we ventured down and saw the most incredible outlook of rocks and water. It was an ominous sight – the eye could see for as long and wide as possible. We walked out on the little archipelago of rocks and the sight was heavenly. The clouds were rolling in dark and ominous on the left and the sun was shining on the right, giving a warm yellow cast. I felt like I was in a whole new world and couldn’t have been happier with it. I love traveling Norway and it’s fjords.