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We arrived in Bergen and spent 2 days looking around this beautiful city...once again the weather was great
Today we have been on the train, bus and boat on heck of a scenery overload! A very small village called Flam is our home for the night. We are in a beautiful hotel between a mountain and a lake...not bad eh!!
So, maybe one more instalment of this little adventure before departing for home....more from Copenhagen!
... absolutely everywhere - from getting on the plane at Gatwick until we returned several days later at the other end I was essentially connected the whole time!
Despite being Norway's second biggest city, Bergen was still remarkably small, taking very little time to walk round and explore. Hence our visit of just two and a half days was more than enough. Arriving in the afternoon and staying close to the centre of the ...
... obvious did not know much about Norway or Hurtigruten at all. We were lucky the hotel told us about the shuttle bus. The driver was very nice and did not insist that we had a voucher. We tipped him well.
The ship terminal was not that far by bus at all (it would have been a hike if we walked, with luggage, cross those cobble stone streets!). We were allowed to board the ship starting 4pm. The checkin line was rather long, very different from the ...
... site, although now they are full of craft shops and fancy boutiques - like the Albert Dock without the scousers or adventurous weathermen. I had my super homemade instant porridge for breakfast and then headed up the nearest mountain. No really. Right by the harbour is the entrance to the Fløybanen funicular railway, which takes 8 minutes to put you on the top of Fløyen - the most popular of Bergen's seven surrounding ...
... due to the age of these wooden buildings. We also checked out a local supermarket to buy some chocolates - salted liquorice chocolate anyone? From there we walked through an arty area of town & visited the local cathedral.
That night on the ship, they had a special American themed concert in the foyer and later had a red, white, and blue party in the night club. It was a shame they didn't spring for a few fireworks :)