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26-05-14 Ferry to Bergen
Today I set my alarm for 6am and was hoping to go for a walk around the town of Trondheim to which we were due to arrive at 06h30 and not leave again until 10am. Well, as I said before I can sleep like a log on ships and sure enough I switched off the alarm and went back to sleep only to wake up again at 7am.
By the time I got ready and out onto deck it was raining slightly and I just could not be bothered to walk into town and so I ...
Back in Trondheim, but this time as part of the schedule. 8.30 on a Sunday morning, cold, pitch dark, go for a walk around town. Everywhere closed. A HUGE cathedral where the Norwegian kings are crowned, but made of dark rock so it too is very sombre. Eventually the sun came up at about 10.30 and it all looked a bit better. Back to sea in the afternoon with a lovely golden sunset. As we cross the arctic circle tonight that's the last we'll see of it till we leave for ...
... settlements and fishing villages. At 4-15 we were called onto the deck to watch our approach to Kristiansund. This was spectacular as we turned from the main fjord into the long harbour, under a towering bridge and seemed to sail right into the heart of the town. The cliffs overlooking the sound were dotted with wooden houses and there were plenty of small ships moored in the marina.
Here we disembarked for our second excursion of the day. ...
... as we didn't leave until 22.45 - and there wasn't anything else to do. The "caps" that wandered in and out weren't from our train - what a shame. Took a photo of a map to show where Bräcke was .Bräcke doesn't show up on the Eurail map, or many other maps, and I was totally confused by the Swedish online train timetable for quite a while!
The journey to Bräcke was rather eerie. It took 48 minutes - 22.45 to 23.33. So it was still light at that ...
... open, many campsites in Norway aren't open for another two days. The campsite is small with all the facilities required except a shop or wifi. It is a very pleasant site by the fast flowing river Driva and with the sun shining we decide to stay 2 nights in the end. It was so peaceful. We spoke to a Norwegian who agreed the weather was poor although it was going to be nice that day (Friday). It poured with rain later but it was very much a case ...
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