City Living Scholler Hotel & Apartments
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... terms of what we should prepare - shoes, clothes, etc.
- Because this is a unique kind of cruise where the ship serves as a ferry, it is very hard to understand the schedule and logistics of the excursions until they explain to you on the ship. They encourage people to book the excursions ahead of time, but it's impossible to understand when and how the excursions work, to know what combinations can be booked;
- The cabin service is very basic. The maid comes to ...
... Bridge, which offers great views of Kristiansten Fortress, to the downtown area. We stopped for coffee and brioche at a cafe.
We then returned to the Nidaros Cathedral for a tour and organ recital. This Gothic-style cathedral was completed in the early 14th century over the burial place of St. Olav, Norway's patron saint. St. Olav introduced Christianity to Norway and stopped the Viking age. Over the years a series of fires badly damaged the ...
... 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 ...
Today we headed back to Andalsnes and waved goodbye to Emma's family.
We have enjoyed a couple of fun dinners our last two nights here in Skogn. On Friday night Emma challenged her family, (parents and brothers) to speak English for the entire meal. Needless to say that, that challenged silence all conversation straight up. But as they got into the spirit the table eventually imploded with laughter, ...
Our great weather continued today. Our first stop this morning was the Ranem Kirke church in Overhalla. This is a beautiful medieval church, over 800 years old. Aaron and Anne Christine Anderson ( our common great, great grandparents) were married here in 1849. We had a wander around the church yard and took some nice pictures. However our timing was not good with regard to getting to see the inside of the church as it is closed on Saturday. We ...