Best Western Chesterfield Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... distance away and we walked over the bridge to some nearby restaurants. Trondheim looked lovely all lit up for Christmas in the snow The next morning we left to board the Hurtigruten, our home for the next 5 nights ...
... but the ticket was good for multiple entries throughout the day.
Before entering the exterior front fašade was quite impressive with its intricate rows of carved figures. Maybe in France they have Cathedrals like ...
... rest of the voyage which was helpful. So let me reflect on what we've experienced so far on this cruise. What I think we like so far are:
- Our room was spacious and comfortable - would not even think of booking the non-balcony room.
- To see Norway fjords that other cruise ships do not get to (supposedly);
- Get more of a flavor of Norway real life;
- The food is simple and we don't have the urge to overeat;
- There is wifi in the room;
- Good ...
... us past the Archbishop Museum and Royal Regalia to a walkway along the Nidelva River. We crossed a pedestrian bridge to the walkway along the other side of the river.
We continued to the area called Bakklandet with many 19th and 20th century wooden wharf buildings that have been converted to boutiques and restaurants. I tried out the trampe, or "cyclo cable," which is a bicycle lift to take bikers up the hill.
We walked across the ...
... In fact, in all my years I have never known such a boring ship.
A group of us from UK and America were actually having a laugh over the moral on this ship and the amount of sour faced gits that were on-board. Walk into any of the lounges or bars etc and everywhere would be silent. As you walked in all the heads would turn and look at you as though you were intruding on them. We would walk passed some of them and give a smile only to be given a right dirty ...