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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarken Gjestehus Bergen
Good place for the money, even in norway! Has a kitchen, clean rooms, very well located, friendly staff. Overall a good experience.
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I must have been tired yesterday because I woke up this morning barely aware that time had passed, and all of a sudden it was morning. I had to leave the sanctuary of the YMCA because they had a children's choir arriving today who had booked the whole place, so I've ended up at another hostel round the corner. It seems to be another friendly, cheap …
... nuts, and then Parma ham, sliced cheeses and soft boiled eggs with homemade granary bread, followed by mini Danish pastries." And me? Still couldn't find the bacon. It was actually a nice clear day today so we caught the funicular up the side of the mountain and took in some of the big city views of Bergen you get from the top. There had been fresh snow up here so we had a walk around one of the many paths that led through the forests and around a lake. It was just like walking around ...
... ago, but I've got so used to reading things on my kindle (or more often the kindle app on my phone) that I've got out of the habit of taking a physical book with me. It was recommended to me by my philosophising friend Sarah - the three of us (myself, Sarah, and her husband Phil) were sitting round the kitchen table in their flat in Vauxhall and Phil was reading some sections aloud. I remember it being about Felix the reciter bird, who had to be brought up to a high place every so ...
... the most exciting of prospects!). However, the scenery was absolutely spectacular and worth every minute. We climbed over 1200m into the mountains (still snow covered) saw amazing scenery of the fjords and even passed alongside two glaciers. There are large lakes that still had icebergs floating in them! As we descended out of the mountains towards Oslo the views changed to be lush green forests. We now have a few days to explore the capital city of ...