There was a little museum at the visitors center that Dad wanted to check out, so we indulged him and went in. The funniest part was the video they had explaining the history of the place. It was a simply a movie projected on a big screen and to hear the dialogue, you grabbed a Walkman-style headset and tuned it to your specified language. Mine worked no problem but apparently the one my dad used had a dead battery and he didn't realize it until the end. He thought it was much more interesting when I explained it all to him after the fact.
We spent the night wandering around town and stopped in another place along the water front for dessert. It was the most beautifully crafted dessert I have ever seen. Our waitress also introduced us to a berry called "sea buckthorn." A native Scandinavian bush, each berry has about as much Vitamin C as ten (TEN!) oranges. They had a little fridge in the dining room filled with sea buckthorn juice and naturally, dad bought a bottle. It was recommended that you dilute the juice 4:1 because it's so bitter. And it was, man. It was the most bitter drink I've ever had the pleasure of tasting. A 20oz. bottle lasted the rest of our trip for sure and we still didn't even finish it. ****** Add pic of dessert place******