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We woke to the forecast rain on our tent Thursday morning. As we had an early flight to Aberdeen Friday morning, and to eliminate the risk of missing our flight through some unforeseen event-we decided it was safer to cycle to the airport Thursday afternoon and spend the night in the Comfort Lounge provided by Aberdeen airport for overnight travellers. It was a fortunate decision, because there were major road works being completed on the airport ...
... and the cereals from Europe. Bryggen actually has 61 wooden buildings, some was destroyed by the fires, some rebuilt or demolished.
Up to today's, the buildings are tourist attraction and some served as pub, restaurants or souvenirs.
I don't know Bergen very well with the festival going on as the tall ships had us distracted from Bergen. If there's no festival then we could have noticed more about Bergen.
However, my hotel is just at the end of the ...
... There were lots of families with young children and hardly any obese people despite eating foods like baguettes and pizzas. Leonie was unable to change kroner into Swedish currency and it washed to establish where a tax refund could be redeemed on a duty free item. People lining up for discount airlines like WIZZ were crowded into a boarding area but our waiting lounge for SAS was more civilised. There were two guys who turned up for flights ...
... the most exciting of prospects!). However, the scenery was absolutely spectacular and worth every minute. We climbed over 1200m into the mountains (still snow covered) saw amazing scenery of the fjords and even passed alongside two glaciers. There are large lakes that still had icebergs floating in them! As we descended out of the mountains towards Oslo the views changed to be lush green forests. We now have a few days to explore the capital city of ...
... large group sitting outside the tent until about 10.30pm &
it was still daylight. But cold!
The fjord near the campsite wasn't as
spectacular as we'd hoped, but as we had little time to visit it, maybe that
was just as well!
We had to leave the site at 7am to get
to the ferry port by 8.30am, so I set the alarm on my phone for 5.30am,
forgetting I had set the noise to a duck quacking. It made me jump out of ...