Best Western Raftevolds Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The beautiful town of Olden. Been here before with Denise, and it has not changed, except the weather. We were there this time in the cloudy, damp weather and so gave the walk we did before a miss and caught the Noddy Train to the top of the town and a wonderful lake.
The trip included a commentary of the area but the plus side is the scenery. Olden has only one ...
... life and meaning and value." She goes on to explain that the way we have tended to give meaning to our lives has not been through reason and logic, but through the imagination. I think, though we tend to rely more heavily and reason and scientific evidence now, and rightly so, we can't escape our nature as creatures of imagination, as storytellers. We create our own mythology - our collection of stories, our experiences and those we have received from ...
... a bottle. Legend story is about a suitor proposing to the Seven Sisters and he was steadfastly refused, and in his despair, turned to drink.Bus ride about 1.5 hours then we get off to catch crossing ferry to other side of the river then we catch bus again. Then bus goes on for another 2 hours before we change bus again. Then arrive Ålesund around 9.30pm (remember sun haven't set until 11-11.30pm.So we have few hours to kill by having a beer and surfing Internet (Mel doing ...
... nearby lake and got on an Amsterdam-style canal boat for a beautiful ride on Lake Loen, with views of the beautiful lake, mountains, and glacier. The weather was great until the last few minutes, when large rain drops started to fall. Luckily, we had arrived at a restaurant to enjoy waffles with strawberry jam and sour cream. From there, we drove to the base of a glacier for ...
... descended, passing a very impressive looking mother pushing her pram up the again steep slope. We decided that our legs probably deserved a rest so the afternoon was spent swimming in the rather frigid waters of Hornindal Lake, which claims the deepest lake in Europe at 514m (Laura only put here feet in through fear of cold water and what live 514m below).
Geiranger – we travelled via road and ferry to Geiranger. The ferry already had the exorbitant cost of $60 and ...