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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... bands. TIME TO GO NATIVE.........We head up a convenient Funicular Railway to a fantastic lookout from where you can survey the whole of Bergen and the surrounding FIORDY terrain......MAGNIFICENT!.........At the top, is a shop selling winter clobber.......we pile in and spot two NORWEGIAN "Scandinavian Explorer Jackets"........DEAL DONE........and our UK Millets kit is unceremoniously stuffed away for the rest of the trip. Instead of ...
... time of its opening in 1928, Grand Terminus was the most luxurious and fashionable hotel in town. As a unique example of the elegant Bergen Classicism style, it was the first urban hotel in Norway to be awarded status as a protected building. The hotel has since been renovated, but its classical elegance has been preserved. Tomorrow we will explore this interesting city on ...
... to the open section to snap a photo (or five) and I declared it my favourite part of the cruise. As we headed through the beautiful strait of Steinsundet, we were the closest we'd ever sailed to land. There were tiny islands, many with lighthouses, and enclosed bodies of water which reflected the clear blue sky. As we neared Bergen, the coast became more populated. We passed a few bridges and there was traffic on the water. We ducked back in for our ...
... arctic with treeless tundra, plenty of lakes and snow still on the ground right by the line..from here it is down down down and past a few small villages, isolated "houses" if you could call them houses. A few details about this journey for those who have not had the experience. Constructed in 1894 to 1909 when Bergen was the capital of Norway so it linked direct to Stockholm..the two greatest trading ports.Then the Scandos split in 1905 and Oslo ...
... could get a good night's sleep was to be locked in the wardrobe. There was religious imagery and Bible verses everywhere - on the inside of the sleeping compartments, in the paintings on the walls, carved into the furniture - the explanatory text said that the fishermen wanted constant reminders of their spiritual life and the watchfulness of God. I wondered whether if it was indeed the workers who insisted on this all-pervading religiosity, or whether it was their superiors (people ...