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... in Norway. En route we passed the remains of the first Cistercian Monastery built in Norway in 1146. The Cistercians are of the Catholic religious order of monks. Although we hadn't had any significant climbs in the past week, Norway made sure we wouldn't forget her climbs by rewarding us with a 1.5 km climb in the last 20km. We enjoyed the final stretch along a cycle path right into the city centre.
The city was abuzz with lots of ...
... but then no other cruise ship goes to these remote places. The ships are all similar in size and capacity and are really needed by these communities. They can operate as a taxi service for some residents getting on & off along the way..I have attached some photos to show the quality of the ships but the limiting to a couple of hundred passengers makes it all that much personal..my travelling companion says 10 out of 10..Another win for me. More again soon ...
... after handful of ketchup packets, like starved kids digging into a basket of Halloween candy! And the napkins? It doesn't matter if we need only two, we'll still grab two stacks of them, each as thick as a fat phone book!
With those kinds of genes, it wouldn't be possible for me to ignore my genetic imperative and avoid stealing food from the buffet! The only difference from my ancestors, however, is that being born in Canada, I suffer from a ...
... tour leader, decided to head up the cable car of Mount Ulriken, the tallest mountain surrounding Bergen, for some absolutely spectacular 360 degree views of the town and surrounds. Extremely worth it, and not as touristy as other places around town. We stayed up the top for a little bit, and then two of us decided to walk down the mountain. A good idea in theory, but perhaps not so easy in practice. A lot of it was quite steep, and in many places, we were walking ...
... heater is very hot. Can we turn it off?" No, it is never this hot in Bergen. The bathroom floor heating is always set to 20 degrees. So it turns out, that it is so unbelievable for the weather to be this warm, that no-one can quite believe it. The result is that our hotel has no flow through air and is very hot with the heater locked on. Great. Besides the weather, the other thing soaring is the cost of travel. If you are thinking of a ...