Viking Hotell Tromso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we'd first gone up and we were back at the kennels. We gave back our onesies... Boooooo and headed to the hut for a lunch of hot soup and bread, it was just what we needed! I was starting to get really exhausted so was glad when we started making our way back to tromso, our hotel there upgraded us to a penthouse suite - honeymoon perks! We made the most of it and curled up on the sofa resting trying to get better before our flight the next day. Tromso had been incredible, cold but incredible. Oslo ...
... on our snow-shoes and using our poles was a good workout; the movement was similar to using the elliptical trainer in the gym. We got very warm inside our coats and some of us ended up taking our hats and gloves off. We walked up to the ski jump (we didn’t go on it!) and enjoyed the view over the water to the mountains. The sun, which was very low in the sky, peeked over the top of the mountains bathing everything in a weak wintry glow. It ...
... padding: 0px; margin: 0px;">When we came out of the pub at 2.00pm it was already dark!
Tonight we had to go to dinner early (5.00pm) as we needed to assemble in the Neptune Lounge for 7 o’clock, for a presentation about the Aurora Borealis. Later on we were going to take a ride out to the coast, where the weather forecast said there would be clear skies and the lack of light pollution meant there was a good chance that we would be able to see the ...
... 2:30. We were among the first ones to get on shore. The excursion buses were there waiting for us. There were only about 20 people on our excursion, most of them Norwegians/Europeans. The bus took us to the cable car place for a short ride up. After we got off the cable car, we started walking towards the top, which was high up there but did not look that bad. We started the climb/hike. Boy it was sure much more difficult walking up than walking on flat land. Bob and ...
... traveled through the fjord. In the afternoon we went to see “Lone Survivor”, a movie starring Mark Wahlberg. Based on a true story about Navy Seals in Afghanistan, it was extremely violent and hard to watch. It was a formal night so we had to dress for dinner and Karl actually didn’t complain much. J After dinner we skipped the show, but went to see the ventriloquist, Mark Merchant. He had three characters – a black man, ...