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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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This evening a local was going to take me on of a walking tour of some of the old town homes. Usually people skip these and just take the funicular car to the top for the city view
Luckily the rain had died down somewhat from the afternoons ...
We turned in the rental car and got train tickets to the port. Unfortunately we didn't realize it was 2 to 3 mile hike through the piers and harbors of Copenhagen to get to the NLC ship. A little North Atlantic spray and a small dose of rain and the 2 of us looked like riff raff going through the boarding routine to board the cruise ship. One of the first things they do is take ...
... contradiction to this is the troll. I remember from all the legends I used to read as a child that there were numerous troll stories from this area, but surely they are not the sort of thing people buy to take home.... are they?? There were a few fur shops, with strings of dead animals hung up. Some of the hats were very tempting, but the whole foxes complete with heads and toothy smirks I was happy to leave behind. Jette had some shopping to ...
... a longer detour for cyclists.
I have calculated we have now cycled approximately 3700km. We will leave Norway with the memory of it's magnificent scenery. We look forward to our continued adventure in Scotland, which will start with a break in Aberdeen for 4-5 days then continue north to the Shetland Islands, then with a ferry back to Aberdeen to continue south to London.
I penned the above entry while sitting in ...
... tollway for now the third time, the point where I last knew I had them, then slowed down and did the next few sections at approximately 30 km/h. In the long tunnel, with cars banking up behind me - not that I cared - Jess and I scanned the sides of the road. Along the fjord road, with the road down to one lane and more traffic behind me, we searched and searched. After well over an hour, we pulled up back at Alvik with no sleeping mats. They were gone. I'm being so careful, ...