City Living Hotel Lipp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... laundry on the ship, and it's free. The washers and dryers are in good condition.
- The excursions we took were good, even though some were quite expensive.
What we don't care much for are:
- Some of the basic service seems to be missing. There is no information about how to book pre/post cruise transportation until you know where to ask (on ship, at the reception). There was very little information about the excursions, especially the ones that go for 6-8 ...
... a bottle of champagne. I also decided to order a glass of Pepsi which turned out to be the most expensive bottle of Pepsi I have ever bought in my whole life. For this small 350ml bottle I was charged a massive 400k which is about £4.
After a grand dinner we arrived into the town of Molde and as we had about 1 hour here I decided to go ashore and take a look at the town etc.
Of course as it was almost 21h00 at night everywhere was closed but it was still ...
Arrived in Trondheim to grey but warm weather. We walked into town to find that they were setting up for a festival. We visited the complex that includes the Nidaros Cathedral and the Archbishops palace and museum.
There are a number of stalls in the square. There is face painting, wooden swords and cross bows, a very ...
... the cost of 160 tiny and extremely tight, claustrophobic winding stairs.Next, we wandered on along the canals over the bridge and up a majorly steep hill on to the Kristiensten Fort, built in the 1600s to protect the area from the east. The main building was interesting, the floorboards feeling flimsy beneath our feet.Peckish, we stopped in at a cafe for a snack. Norway is expensive, period. A beer, wine and Norweigan soup to ...
... is the old quarter on the east side of the river. 19th and 20th century wooden houses were built as working class accommodation. These have now been restored as residences, cafes and eccentric stores and shops. Today only the cafes were open.
The streets are cobbled and many of the buildings are wooden and very attractive painted in a deep red, yellow or flat white with the occasional blue and green. Cycling, ...