AMI Hotel Tromso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... out into the open and we were off, I didn't brake and we flew across the snow, it was fairly light today so we could see properly the amazing landscape that we only saw the silhouettes of the night before. Everything was snow covered, the sky was arctic blue with a rim of pink along the horizon and everything else was still. Every now and again we went over big ice patches which were definitely lakes but I didn't really want to think about that and the prospect of the ice ...
... already decided not to enter. I'm growing less fond of places that keep animals enclosed, even after the guy at ******* told us it was mainly fish there.
Anyway, we kept walking admiring the number of construction sites. Tromso seems to be a growing city.
We walked to the Music/Arts faculty of the University and luckily we found the cafeteria still open.
After the coffee we walked down to ...
Need to catch up with myself on this blog and so will combine the next few legs of the trip.
First stop from Stockholm was Gamla Uppsala, to see some ancient Viking burial mounds which made for a nice pitstop though wouldn't quite be worth the trip otherwise.
My aim was to see some Scandinavian wilderness, and so despite the reasonably expensive Swedish fuel prices (though no more than England) and slightly lonely existence just driving and camping on my own, I made ...
... cable car station up top for quite a while. By the time we got back to the ship pier, it was close to 6pm. The ship was scheduled to sail at 6:30.
The view at the top of the mountain was gorgeous. Unfortunately it was a bit hazy, so the photos were not as crisp as they could be. It was a beautiful sunny day today so we were lucky. There were other mountain ranges nearby. One of them was rated most difficult to climb, another was rated medium difficulty. The ...
We got to Tromso about 8am but had to refuel first. The place where the refuelling took place wouldn't allow us to disembark for safety reasons and so we were stuck on the ship for about 6 hours. After lunch the refuelling was finished and we moved to another dock and at 2pm we were allowed to disembark. There were another two tourist ships in port and because they were bigger than us they got priority spots. Our spot was out of town and so we needed buses ...