Best Western Raftevolds Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the very few remaining Art Nouveau towns in the world, with an atmosphere and distinctive character, amazing decorations, colourful facades, and all the turrets that look as if they have been taken from a Mediaeval fairytale book. We spent the majority of the morning walking around this unique town, enjoying the architecture and character, stopping for coffee and lunch at one of the cafes along ...
... meat, lettuce and some mayonnaise, that's it. Dinner tonight was at our hotel in the restaurant, we thought we would have a decent meal tonight and then eat cheaply for a couple of nights, as it sounded like it would be delicious when the proprietor described it to us. Pork steaks, with gravy, Linden-berry jam and fresh vegetables. When it arrived it was slices of roast pork, gravy, linden-berry jam and vegetables, not exactly what ...
Today is the day Mel and I visit the fjord in Geiranger. It's a round cruise trip from Ålesund.
First thing we do was to check out early in the morning and store luggages at the hotel. Leaving luggages at the hotel is the best thing as Geirangerfjord aren't the place to take luggages with. Too many hassles and we are returning back to Ålesund and catch different ship to Bergen.Anyway, we made our way to the port for a ship "Hurtigruten" to arrive. The port location was quite ...
We leave the hotel and head for the railway station. Here we board a train to takes to Myrdal. This is a two hour train trip. Then we change trains and hop onto the Flam railway and descend 900 meters to Flam. Spectacular train journey. Stop to take photos of a waterfall on descent. When we get to Flam we have lunch and the board the fjord boat to go on the Sognefjord to Balestrand. It is our first time on the water but the clouds have ...
... village, glacier, fjords and said cruise ships. We decided against the final kilometer that climbed 500m of the total 1300m to the top as the legs had just about packed it in. Instead it was lunch (pita breads again) by the lake and a stroll back down. We also spotted our first wildlife in the form of some form of mole/hamster thing, pretty cute. Bonus for the day, the lovely cabin owner at the bottom let us use his showers. We now have a lazy 11-hour drive back towards Sweden.