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It is raining and in order to visit Troldhaugen, (Valley of the Trolls), Edvard Grieg's summer cottage, Bob an I have to navigate the local light rail system as the bus that runs from town to during the summers does not begin operating until June. The young man at the tourist office tells us to take the tram to either Hop and walk through the woods or to Nestun and take a taxi. However the sign indicating the direction to Troldhaugen is ...
... change our clothes for what turns out to be the main event of the day. Six weeks ago, Bob made reservations for dinner at Cornelius, a popular seafood restaurant located on an island in an unnamed fjord. Promptly at six, Alf Roald Saetre, our host, picks up us and sixteen others: a group of Chinese businessmen and their Norwegian hosts, four women, a grandmother, two daughters and a granddaughter, from Peru and four women from Iceland in ...
... street scene. Again, I catch sight of ourselves in a shop window and whilst we look better than the other morning......Cathy does have a definite "WOMBLESQUE" appearance!!!!!!!!!.......... As you will recall, she forgot her cold weather waterproof jacket and has had to improvise with several sweaters topped off with a woollen fur edged cape and bobble hat. The Locals are all attired in COOL designer "Langlaufen SKI jackets" and ...
... An uneventful flight, thank goodness, saw us safely at Heathrow, where we once again needed to kill time before our flight to Bergen at 5:00pm. Enjoyed lunch, strolled the terminal, sat and watched the planes landing until finally we were on our way again. We are now sitting back enjoying our room at the Clarion Hotel, Bergen Airport. Our Norway section of the holiday begins tomorrow. I can't ...
... I'd wanted to double check what time our Norway in a Nutshell tour left tomorrow. Lucky I did, as we discovered we had to pick our tickets us from the station at least 30 minutes before departure at 8.44am. So we decided to kill three birds with one stone - find our way to the station, collect our tickets and time the walk to see how long it would take. The 20-minute walk took us along Bergen's best known attraction, Bryggen, an area known for its ...