Best Western Raftevolds Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... built in 1913. It was originally built by industry leaders and is perched high on the mountainside and houses the famous art collection of Norwegian painters Nils Bergslien & Christian Krogh. After lunch, we continued our travels along the Hardanger fjord where around every turn was another magnificent waterfall cascading down the mountainside over the rock face. Especially impressive were the Skjervsfossen waterfall and the Latefoss ...
... a French tourist wanted to buy a bottle of bubbly from Mike & an Asian lady who was having her photo taken was trying to inch closer & closer to the bubbly to have it in her photo. It all became quite hilarious, which kept us warm. We were pleased to be back on the warm coach then into our warm room. Needless to say we slept very well. Will post this blog now & hopefully you will be able to view it & the pictures. Love , Brenda & ...
... 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 ...
... culture, much of which is connected to the mountain farms along the steep slopes of the fjords. By using the mountains as pastures, the lowlands could be used for arable crops, although some of these mountain farms (in sunnier spots) managed to grow apricots and tomatoes too. It got me thinking about all the peaches on my peach tree at home, and how I'll probably miss them again this year. The way of life on these farms was pretty tough - Skagelflå, which we ...
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 ...