Best Western Chesterfield Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Reputedly the northern capital of Norway, Trondheim has a spectacular cathedral that is every inch the dark and foreboding gothic church. The crypt contained a multitude of gravestones, some from as early as 1250-1300 AD, and Robyn found it super enthralling as she was the only person in the whole cavern....spooky or what! Unfortunately, all the museums in town were closed for the day (every Monday during winter). The gift shop at the cathedral was ...
... from the wharf was the hilltop fortress where my book said you have the best city views. There was an innovative free bike lift for the city's many cyclists.
After a steep climb to the fortress there wasn't much to see as its facing the ...
... and travel across a bridge lined with the bronze sculptures that leads up to the monolith sitting atop a tiered garden area. The titilating pieces are wealth for visiting tourists to blush, guffaw and whisper while kindergarteners run around the sculptures as jungle gymsand serving as a reminder that we're just looking at naked figures and so what:) ...
The ship docked at Trondheim later than the scheduled 8:15am, so our signed up excursion started a bit later as well, around 9:15am. The excursion was to see the famous Nidaros cathedral followed by a visit to the Ringve museum. Again there were 4 nice big buses like yesterday and the cathedral was less than 10 minutes drive away. But we're glad we took this excursion, as the guide explained to us what was what along the way.
Trondheim is actually the 3rd largest city ...
... family visit this residence for State functions and privately. With 140 rooms it is said to be the largest wooden mansion in Norway. The tour took us to 14 of the rooms. The mansion was built for a rich widow in the 1770s but she never lived in it, instead choosing to move to Copenhagen. The Norwegian State bought it in 1800. The Governor used to live in it and the Nazis took it over ...