Scandic Bergen Airport
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Travel Blogs from Bergen
... we could understand - they turned out to have a lot of American movies. But nothing that exciting.
We checked out of the room around 12:30. After storing the luggage with the front desk, we decided to go out and see the castle/fortress which was very close to the hotel. At this time, the rain had eased up a bit. The fortress/castle was called the Rosenkrantz Tower. A very nice looking old stone building. We navigated through the narrow spiral ...
... don’t walk this trail, they run it! We saw many of the where we were progressing step-by-step not to tip our feet, they were running up and down at amazing speeds. And by the way, we had sunshine the entire hike.
Weather forecast is even predicting all time highs in the coming days.
But yes we did it – at least 2 of the 7 mountains.
... 8217;ve also seen a couple of American Muscle Cars – a classic Mustang convertible, and a classic Corvette.
So much to see and do – and the sun cooperates by staying above the horizon until 11:11pm today! It provides just the extra amount of energy needed to power through and re-set your body-clock to the new time zone. Thank goodness for blackout curtains in the ...
... fjord, sitting next to a base jumper from Carolina, who told
us that this weekend, helicopters are coming to take over 100 base jumpers to
jump off the cliffs into the fjord. Pity we're going to miss that.
We are camping in Preikestolen, still
in Norway, and we have just walked (climbed/mountaineered) 1.5 hours to a place
called Pulpit Rock (a bit more impressive than the Portland Version) with
amazing views of the ...
... towards some snow-capped mountains until we came to the arm of the main fjord that we were bound for known as the Naeroyfjorden (assume means narrow fjord as it is the World’s narrowest, navigable, fjord at about 820 ft wide and just 40ft deep. It is described as Norway’s most ‘scenic’ fjord. Personally I think the correct description word is ‘Gob-smacking’ or is that two ...