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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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My hotel is in the central district which leads thru the pedestrian shopping zone to the historic wharf area. There was a large tourist info office where I went to plan my next 2 days in Bergen
... at least twice. I certainly tried on every design of Norwegian sweater, but the Spanish girl selling them was very patient and had a good sense of humour. Eventually I made a decision, based on the rather special viking ship buttons... Being Scandinavia, there are also several Christmas shops, with lovely ornaments, paper cut outs, candle holders and decorations. All very tasteful and very Christmassy. The old town is really pretty. We ...
... Lounge at Bergen airport! I was feeling calm and relaxed with the wonderful memories we'd had so for on the trip. How things changed in the following 24 hours!!
As mentioned earlier we had decided to stay at the airport overnight to avoid the risk of missing our early morning flight. No matter how prepared one is, travelling with bikes and the multiple bags required for bike touring, often has its complications, so we wanted to ensure plenty of time. ...
... tourist points in this city of 180,000. We saw Nidaros Cathdral where St Olav is buried and all coronations in this country are now performed. This is a massive gothic structure and exterior photos do not give justice to the magnificent carvings and stained glass windows. It brims with history but all too soon we are off to other points of interest. This city was established as Nidaros in 997AD by Olav way back in the Viking period. The church started ...
... Lillyhammer ( The Olympic Games venue) then we are told we must leave the train and join a convoy of buses sent to pick us up! The reason, urgent track works after exceptionally wet weather in the area lately. The bus trip is not too bad, it gives us a chance to experience the roads and villages of this part of the country and it is only as far as Dombas. We travel over the Dovre mountain plateau through historic towns and nature reserves. This is the second highest line after ...