Best Western Raftevolds Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Weather had lifted today, only a few showers, which for the most part we managed to avoid. Our first stop this morning was the Tourist Information Centre as we wanted a map of Norway and directions to Mt Aksla, which is a lookout in the town centre, great viewing from atop with a 360 degree panoramic view of the archipelago, the beautiful town centre, and the amazing Sunnmøre Alps. Ålesund ...
... in 1969. In addition to enhancing the social net for all Norwegians, they have pumped obscenely high amounts of money into infrastructure and public works.
We popped out of one last tunnel and there sat Hellesylt, which is even smaller than Geiranger, and our ship was anchored and awaiting the steady stream of buses all now converging on the tiny dock area. The weather ...
... narrative - now our stories are about glaciers and lava flows, erosion and continental drift. We have always needed to make sense of the places in which we find ourselves. I've been reading a bit of Karen Armstrong's "A Short History of Myth" today. Her opening sentence is "Human beings have always been mythmakers." She then goes on to chart the myths that we have created and shared through the centuries, from ancient times until now. She explains further: "We ...
... s many waterfalls and speck of little towns either at the bottom or at the top of the valleys.I filmed lot of it, I managed to take few photos of a town "Geiranger" just for the blog. But good films will be shown on a mini travel documentary, sorry :( you may have to wait until I get home and I might try edit some of the clips to show on FB. Maybe not.When the ship arrived in Geiranger, there's handful of largest cruise ships around and there's no port for them. My ship stopped in ...
... after the first wrong turn about 10m in. He was so lovely and even filled up our water bottles when we got back down. At the top of the trek there was another stunning lookout with views over the Fjaerfjord and Boyabreen arm of the glacier. From here we drove to the cute and tiny town of Olden.
Olden - In Olden we did yet another walk to a viewpoint over the Nordfjord which was once again stunning. Up top we met some strange yet friendly mountain dwelling folk and ...