City Living Scholler Hotel & Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Glorious morning today, sun is shining and it is a mild 6 degrees. We stopped at Lakfossen Falls, this is where in the right season you can see the salmon jumping up river (not today). The falls were amazing, the water flow is probably at its peak due to the snow melting.
The countryside is much greener than yesterday and we are now in a farming area, predominantly wheat. We are even seeing the odd sheep. Reindeer ...
... where the old prison was. The ferries are seasonal and had already stopped running.
After walking down I walked thru some of the old town at the foot of the fortress by the old wharf area.
I was very impressed with Trondheim ...
The Hurtigruten…Trollfjord was our ship and let's just say that Mom and Dad were thoroughly spoiled from ever taking a cruise again. While the Hurtigruten are working ships (they transport many of the goods between the west coast towns) they have updated their newest fleets to be quite comfortable for passengers. We were in for quite a ...
... used for housing, stores and artillery. Apparently its a museum now but it wasn't open when I was there. (Seeing a theme here peeps?) I spent quite a bit of time wandering around the fort as it has some great views and a coffee shop.
I wandered back into town toward the harbour. I had intended to catch a boat to Munkholmen, a small island off the coast which has quite a chequered history. However the boats ...
Mixed bag with the weather and only the one scenic route but probably one of the most famous. The Atlantic Road is a small stretch of Tarmac between some islands with one of the most iconic bridges and photographed bridges around. A high arch and, curving from one island to the next, it just ...