Thon Hotel Kristiansund
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... although the tunnel access was quite something as it had a very steep drop and rise over its 5Km length.
Having worked our way around the coast, we pulled up for the night at a very nice camp site at Kvisvik, where we have an uninterrupted view of the beach and sea which is all of 5m in front of us. If the rain lets up we may be able to see out to sea!
... and taking photographs is a challenge. We manage to finish our tour on a high note (inside): with visits first to the Coop, a large clean store selling just about everything, including produce flown in from around the globe and the local pub, the styrhuset, where the proprietor is eager to show us around, explain the elaborate equipment used to monitor the fishing boats (I thought-erroneously it had related to Cold War surveillance), ...
... Red by Robert Ryan, which is a part-fictionalised account of the Great Train Robbery. It’s a thick book (over 700 pages) so it’s taking ages to read.
Every now and again, the waves would come crashing off our window with a bang; and to think we are five decks up!
At 4.00pm I left Trevor to it and went along to the salon to have my hair put up in readiness of this evening’s formal dress code. It was also Captain ...
... scenery and a great experience.
Our next visit was to the Kvernes Stave Church, in Averřy. From outside it looked fairly plain, but it was amazing when we went inside. All the wooden walls and ceiling were decorated with hand-painted designs, and the wooden pillars, beams and pews were intricately carved. Each of the pews was contained in a separate little cubicle with a gate, and when you went to sit inside, there ...
... everywhere. We stopped to see our first stave church at Kvernes. It stood right next to a traditional white clapboard Protestant church. Kvernes Stave church is so old they have put posts up to buttress the walls! The interior still has the original paintings on the walls. We explored both churches before heading out to our next stop which would be lunch at a fishing camp where we had to board boats to get there. The excursion said we would ride ...