Scandic Bergen Airport
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... set in front of her. Not a little girl, a twenty something girl. Very annoying.
When we arrived at Bergen we followed the signs that said Transfer, and eneded up on the wrong side of security, so we had to go through customs and back through security to get back onto the air side. Very annoying.
We are now on a 3 hour wait for the flight to Copenhagen so we have had a light meal and a beer and a ...
... the whole middle row to myself. Sleep!
A day at Heathrow-or a Tale of Three Airport Lounges
After an uneventful overnight flight from Chicago to London we arrive at 8:30 am and I get ready for a full day at Heathrow as my flight to Stavanger does not leave until 7:50 pm. Lovely.... After carrying my exceptionally heavy carry-on bags (oh baggage trollies where are you when I REALLY need you) I make it to the United Airport Lounge. Decent place- ...
... It was actually a shortcut to the ship -- and had a spot where you could get a nice view of the harbor. I was also able to get a classic photo of us in front of the warehouses on our walk back, using the timer on my camera and a trash can as a tripod.
We ate later than usual because we had dinner in the Italian specialty restaurant onboard, the Canaletto. Cruise Specialists, our travel agent, had given us a complementary dinner there. ...
... of cheeses and of course my favorite, the caramel candies made from the whey of the goats milk. We got to sample about 6 different varieties of cheeses from snow white to brown. Very interesting. The roofs of the buildings were all moss covered, with all kinds of weeds, wild flowers and the outhouse even had a small tree coming out of the roof. Had to have a peek in there. On the way back down the road, we stopped at a couple of ...
... as we went along, pointing out such delights as ancient churches dating to the 13th century and the country’s oldest hydroelectric power station, the turbines of which seemed to be fed by a pipe constructed of wood reinforced by iron bands. However, the climax of the journey was to come within the last few kilometres, the descent via an incredible series of hairpin bends from the Stalheim hotel at the top of the road down to Gudvangen itself. The ...