Scandic Bergen Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... yet again it was raining so maybe not. About halfway along the route to our next accommodation we took a slight detour to take in the Stegastein Lookout. To get to the lookout you went up a narrow winding scenic road called the Snow Road that climbed it's way up and over a mountain. We weren't planning on going all the way up the Snow Road because with a name like that we figured maybe it snowed on it and we didn't want to get stuck, but we wanted to go as far as the lookout. There ...
... but also was a museum of the history of the fortress beside
My pass included entrance to both buildings at the fortress. However one opened at 11am, the other was closed for renovations. It seemed my day pass was going to be a waste and I should have just ...
We ended the day with another ferry, arriving in the township of Osoyro. Stopping briefly to locate the route, a fellow with 2 children stopped to ask if we were lost (as often has been the case all along-people have always been so willing to help). After chatting a little while, I remarked to him that his accent sounded very Australian. He replied that 20 years ago he had been an exchange student in Melbourne for a year-amazing you could ...
... if the restaurant would serve it.
Most shops were closed by 6. We wondered back to our hotel and had the simple supper here which came with the room. Even though this was like cafeteria food, but we're actually happy with it, because it is so convenient and saves us the hassles of trying to figure out where to go. The front desk told us that we do not want to miss breakfast. I would imagine it might be even better than what we had in Oslo. I like that!
... in the room next door, looking at the picture." Then it went on to there being a giant fly who wears slippers and slides across the parquet floors of stately homes and pulls books out of the bookcases with its proboscis. My mind was wandering around the bit about the path becoming the right one as soon as it peters out into the landscape, and the goal only confusing us because it just draws us back to the start of the journey rather than towards our destination. It got me thinking ...