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... One of the things that all the tour books say to see is the fish market. It was quite a disappointment to us. It consisted of 3 restaurants (one closed for the season). You could pick your fish and a chef would cook it. We understand that there are fruits and vegetables sold in stands in season. We did have a good but expensive fish lunch from a street vendor near the market. We were ...
... for the walk back to the hotel.
We decided to drive to Stockholm today as Eric couldn't find any pace that caught his fancy to stay over. It was a very long drive and not too exciting. We arrived in Saltsjobaden early evening and after a bit crashed for the night.
Tuesday Sept. 15th
It is pouring rain and we just didn't feel like walking around in the rain and getting soaked. We took a trial run to the ferry docks to see how much ...
This morning we docked in Bergen, which is a major west coast port and Norway's second largest city. It is north of Stavanger, but south of the two small villages we have seen. It is a cosmopolitan place of 200,000+, situated on various islands and peninsulas. It has been a center of commerce for centuries, and St. Mary's Church dates from the 1200s. After 2 days of mountain scenery in a bus, today was all city walking. Before this ...
... in the world. Significant tax breaks make it a "cheap" car to buy by Norwegian standards. Other perks include free ferry access (there are lots of ferries here), you don't have to pay tolls (local taxation schemes) and free parking make it an attractive option to these wealthy Norwegians. Of course the lower operating cost as well when driving around town. At times one out of five cars or more is a Tesla on the street.
4. Some sort of worldwide bias against ...
... when we rafted against Georgiana last week. Now Georgiana was a large yacht by our reckoning, but at 30m or whatever she was a midget when compared to Lukas Lundin’s toy, the 83.5 metre Savannah – yes, that’s 274 feet!! Savannah is brand new, launched this year and is very innovative. If you’re at all interested, here is a URL:-
We didn’t do much the ...