Stavanger, Norway is a beautiful city with pastel houses and folks who sell fresh fish straight from the boat. We stayed at Preikestolhytta, which was a hostel type setup out in the mountains near the infamous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock). It was amazing to stay out there, other than some issues with food poisoning (Bad kebabs in Berlin) which sidelined Eric.
Preikestolen itself was mindblowing. It was only a 2 hour climb and you reach a majestic view of the Lysefjord. The rock itself is cliff with a 600 meter (1982 ft.) straight drop. Rachel and I climbed up to an even higher peak nearby and had some fantastic sandwiches that we borrowed from our free breakfast. On the way back we happened upon two Norwegian teens rolling a boulder off the edge of a cliff and it sounded like an explosion as it ricocheted all the way down. Good times.