Clarion Collection Hotel Aurora
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Our flight to Tromsų marked our transition to the "far north". Sort of. We certainly did start to see acknowledgement of Sami language and culture. But where were the pine trees? Really, my image of "north" involves coniferous trees, so all of these fall colours and leaves still on the trees was blowing my mind.
The point of being in Tromsų was to get a taste of the north and to see a few of ...
... of the time. Preparing hunting expeditions to Svalbard archipelago in the high Arctic was an important undertaking. We left the ship and walked past the protestant church of Hammerfest which features unusual architecture inspired by fish drying racks. Then straight to Gammelveien (the old road). Gammelveien was built between 1896 and 1898. We saw German gun positions from World War II and also the wood at Jansvannsskogen, the only wood ...
... region after all, fjords, sharp hills and ranges, with their white dusting of snow and bare trees looking like fur on some hills. Here too we see the IKEA colours of solid red and yellow and white houses. Then, of course there is the -3 degrees temperature that slaps you on the face and seeps into your scarf and between your fingers and ...
... We think formed by the river freezing on the surface, and then as the flow reduces to nothing, the sheet breaks under its own weight, shatters but does not melt. If there is a downside, its that (because of the snow plough channels) there is almost nowhere to stop on the roadside to take a photo.
Tough day, started out ok, but then seemed to take a while to get the chores done. Problems with the water gauges and buzzers going when there is no ...
... surprisingly good! Well, their vegetarian options were very limited, so I had a huge plate of salad, but I was happy with that! Although we didn't have long to eat, as we needed to head back out again at 6.20pm. The next adventure - and the main reason we are here - Northern Light hunting! The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis is a light phenomenon that occurs at the poles, resulting from solar energy and charged particles trapped in the earth's magnetic field. Electrons ...