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... After all it has been up since 1904 and a few cracks needed Spackle.!!! Location,breakfast,comfort,checkin & out all OK but the cracks brought it down.!! So to Oslo...it's raining..but it does in Norway..plenty of times even in summer but the twilight makes up for it . As I sit here now at 10.45 pm it is still twilight..just. I will post this now as there are 16 photos attached which may make it too big for some mailboxes. I hope not! Cheers ...
... it's taken me to check what temperature it is outside?"). I can kind of see the attraction. I've been sitting here quite happily for a few hours at the front of the ship with one eye on my gruesome crime thriller and the other on the misty hills and rocky outcrops that are very slowly rolling past my window. I think I could do with moving over to the slow lane a little bit more often. It'll be getting dark in half an hour or so, ...
... and has an organic cafe on the ground floor. I'm sitting in said organic cafe right now with some warm apple cake, playing "gay or european". As Norway's second city (although it's not huge at just under 250,000) it has a totally different feel to Oslo - it's cute, higgeldy-piggeldy and feels like a proper tourist town (and by "tourists" I mostly mean "Germans"). Bryggen (the wooden warehouses lining the waterfront) is a UNESCO ...
... in the room next door, looking at the picture." Then it went on to there being a giant fly who wears slippers and slides across the parquet floors of stately homes and pulls books out of the bookcases with its proboscis. My mind was wandering around the bit about the path becoming the right one as soon as it peters out into the landscape, and the goal only confusing us because it just draws us back to the start of the journey rather than towards our destination. It got me thinking ...
... After a lovely night there I got back on the train so I could get to Upsete on the right side o fthe tunnel to go to Bergen. I must say that the peace and quiet of the back roads really suits me! Itcsgrat riding with company, and Greg did a bang up job of researching everything and keeping track of where we were, but like I said, I'm a seat-of-the-pants kind of guy. I like getting lost and discovering things, and i like to ride a long, long time.
So I rode from ...