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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Living Hotel & Apartments Tromsø
Like during my stay last year the hotel offers a clean and quiet shelter. It's a good home base for Aurora Borealis aficionados ...
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... br> So we started at the Blå Rock cafe, happy hour here on Mondays,
We had a drink, got chatted up by this young drunk Norwegian guy who bought us another beer. Moved on to another floor of the bar and my friend got chatted up by other two guys. Shawn re-appears again and still drunk, and chaos almost starts. It's time to move to the next bar. Meanwhile this extremely good looking viking is sitting across from us. oh well... maybe in another life time.
... different places, but they then seemed to keep following each other. The confusion was compounded by the necessary transfer of luggage from the luggage compartment, which was getting fuller as the journey went on, and bikes were moved between the bike racks on the buses at least four times. I spent the journey slightly anxious about whether I would make it to the airport on time, whether I would make it to the airport at all, how much a bus might cost that would get me ...
... film of Spitsbergen,excellent as of course we can see but a few parts of it.Two Ports and scenic cruising in several places, and to go to 80o/81o North to the Polar Ice Cap,so great expectations.
Aquarium at Polaria centre as well,and an old sealing ship fully in cased in a glass house arrangement, with all the information relating to this horrible practice, which ended in 1981...also a museum of the Polar expeditions Amundsen etc,with their ...
... all the light and people find it hard to sleep. She said you will see people out walking or working in their yards at all hours of the night.
After our tour of the city we headed out to Kvaloya Island, home to the Husky Wilderness Camp. On the way we passed more of the beautiful Norwegian countryside. At the camp we were greeted by the barks and whining of about 300 Alaskan huskies. We began our visit with Joanna telling us about ...
... below right in the middle of the lake was a fisherman on his deckchair taking in the sun and fishing through a hole in the ice. I climbed down to the edge of the lake but that was as far as i went, no ways was I walking over that ice and falling into that freezing water below.Onwards I head along this great road. Away ahead in the distance there are great mountain peaks being lit up by the sun. They may only be about 20 or so miles away but due to the lakes and rivers and of course ...