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We liked it here very much as it is good value for expensive Bergen. There is a kitchen to make meals and the room we had was a great size. The hosts live separately upstairs so it is no problem to come and go as you please. The location is also very convenient to town
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... 8217;s deepest and longest fjord and part of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The scenery was amazing. The water was like glass and that provided mirror like images of the surrounding mountains – very cool! We even saw seals and porpoises jumping out of the water.
On this tour, there was a family from the U.S. – Mom, Dad and their 5 kids! 5 kids!!! I can only imagine their price tag for the trip thru Norway!!!
After about 2 ...
... it took over an hour to get to the hotel at 4pm. So much for sightseeing here! After checking into our room, we walked to the fish market nearby at the end of the harbour. Lots of seafood stalls, with all kinds of fish and shellfish, including King Crabs and lobster, living or cooked. We walked back to the hotel via the old wharf buildings next to our hotel, which are now shops. Some very old buildings and lane ways, all with original ...
... majority of the population is fairly fluent in English, especially those born after WWII. Norway’s culinary traditions show the influence of long seafaring and farming traditions with salmon, herring, trout, codfish and other seafood balanced by cheeses, dairy products and breads, predominantly dark breads. OK, enough of all that, except one more little detail. It is a law in Norway that all farm animals MUST experience at least 4 ...
Big day today, at least for some people. Elton John was performing nearby (very) so the harbour would very likely become extremey crowded. That didn't bother us as we were planning to leave soon after lunch. Speaking of leaving, our noisy neighbour removed himself first thing this morning, the ^&*&d!
The reason why we were not leaving in the morning was that we had a few things to do, like shop and I wanted to revisit the Netcom store to query my data usage on ...
... for the north of Bergen from a bookstore. Back on the boat for lunch and Helen & Dave were enthusiastic about their morning, spent exploring Bergen and visiting the Hanseatic Museum. That afternoon they were planning to take the cable car to the top of a nearby mountain to see the views (spectacular, it transpired, we will do that when joined by Rosemary, Elaine & Jon next week) and we were determined to make the most of the sun and enjoy an afternoon in the ...