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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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As predicted, it was raining – hard. It was however, not supposed to last all day and as today's journey, as indeed all future journeys would be less than 30 miles, we could afford to leave it a while before setting off, in the hope that the weather would improve. I’d planned the daily passages to end up in a location that had showers and toilets, this makes it easier when living in confined spaces. Our end point today was recommended in the pilot book, a boating club in ...
... sign, denoting an anchorage area, within about 3 miles of Strusshamn but when we got there, it was not suitable as there were too many developments in the vicinity. We opted then, to take note of the recommendation in our pilot book, an anchorage called Børøypollen on the west coast of Askøy, some 10 miles from Bergen and indeed, that is where we are as I type this. The spot deemed suitable to anchor in is at the end of a deep cut ...
... her little sister the Gjøa. The Fram was especially built for Fridtjof Nansen, who wanted to prove his theories of current flow in the Arctic by deliberately trapping himself in the polar ice in Fram and drft with the currents taking scientific measurements all the way. The ship was supremely strong and had a rounded hull, the idea being that as the ice squeezed, she would pop up, a bit like shooting an orange pip from between your fingers. From ...
Our first port of call, having got ourselves organised was the Tourist Information Centre, again extremely conveniently situated in the same building, less than 50m from the hotel. Having been given some advice, including restaurant recommendations, we decided to use what was left of the afternoon and visit Frogner park, which has about 80 acres dedicated to the work of one Gustav Vigeland, who for over twenty ...
Computer day. Naively, I thought that it would be ready first thing this morning so that we could spend the morning picking it up, a good use of time as it was raining quite hard and there was not a lot else to do. This was not to be and by lunchtime, I was champing at the bit and had no responses to emails and couldn't get through on the phone. Tim (the technician) did however call me and ...