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... into retail stores. We had lunch at the pier - Lindy had a whale sandwich. After lunch we took Floibanen to Mount Floyen. The lift goes up the mountain at a 23% angle. The views at the top were spectacular. We were super tired so decided to go to bed early. Our first impression of Norway has been very positive. Beautiful scenery and very friendly people. They do love their ...
... right beside us and took out some of our views. Breakfast in MDR @ 08:00. 09:30 ventured onshore, past Bryggen houses and decided to take funicular ride up Mt. Fløyen whilst the weather was okay - slightly showering. Return adult Fløyen ticket - NOK85:00 per person - NOK255 total. Wifi (free) whilst at the terminal and at the top of lookout. Checked emails, ...
Summer has finally arrived. Sadly, if the forecast is to be believed, it will only be a one day wonder. Today we would have temperatures reaching the dizzy height of 19░C with sun all day but tomorrow, well it's back down to 12░C and rain all day. So we planned to make the most of our summer!
The first thing we wanted to do was to get washing done and festooned all over the boat. We washed sleeping bags and liners as well as our own personal stuff and for the ...
... becoming increasingly anxious and with elements of 'told you so’ ringing in my ears, we headed northwards to have a look at yet another possibility, on the NW coast of Toft°yna and just south of the next island in the chain, Rong°yna, with a 32m bridge joining the two.
Having gone under the bridge and approaching the bay where we could anchor, we spotted a narrow bay to our left, called Kjoppmannsvňgen. there was no anchor sign on the chart so ...
... He told me about her, she actually is owned by Stavanger museum but the funds for maintaining her come from a number of local people, including the skipper. She has a fascinating history, including being salvaged from 150m down in the Baltic after sinking whilst participating in the 2013 Tall Ships Race, an incident not without controversy as the 10-strong crew were rescued and later, she was boarded again by three members of the ...