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... up the long, steep hill.
We made it to the top to see the Kristiansten fortress, built after a fire in 1681. It was only once threatened, in 1718, by the Swedish army who sieged Trondheim but didn’t attack the fortress. Instead they left, tried to cross the mountains back to Sweden and lost a lot of the army on this journey. The Norwegians also lost a lot of men due to the overcrowding ...
... allotted table - its free seating until the second evening meal.We were seated with the only other Brits on board, Peter and Jean.As can often be the case this quiet and charming couple from Sheffield had an interesting life,she having taught on the Falklands for 3 years and he had spent quite a lot of time in Antartica.
I am trying to coordinate our departure for Nordkapp when we leave the boat at Honningsvag with ...
As with tradition we enjoyed a shot or swig of schnapps throughout the meal, plus beer or wine of course. When we celebrate Christmas Eve, we will be eating the traditional North-Southern dish of sheep ribs instead. Vegard will be cooking christmas dinner, and the bar has been set very high!
On our way back today we stopped into Trondheim, which is one of the big cities outside ...
... restricted destination. In 1940, top-secret military negotiations between Sweden and Nazi Germany were held there in a railway carriage.]
Coming into the ski town of Are just before 7.30pm there were lots of young people on the platform. I thought they must've had a party and were going home. More at the next station - and why were so many wearing sailor hats? We tried to keep our distance - but it was impossible. So we gave in with good grace and had ...
... people in this rather remote part of Norway. As the tide lapped around the edges of the "boat" we retired to the cafe for a drink and a game of Banagrams. Before we knew it, it was gone 2pm, and everyone was hungry. By now the clouds were high and a watery sun had appeared. We decided to give the trip to the fishing village a miss and had our picnic lunch on the terrace overlooking the bay...followed by an hour or so reading in the sun. One ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed