Clarion Collection Hotel Bakeriet
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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 ...
Inside there was a local school party taking part in an organ recital. No photos were allowed inside but several Chinese tourists were openly taking pictures with flashes or of the organ recital on their handheld tablets.
I took a couple of pics and ...
... a guided tour of the main building, which had many rooms, each was of a different era. Our guide (perhaps all the guides there) was a musician, and he played a few of the different stages of piano for us, very enjoyable. Very pleasant young man. It's one of the few rare times we actually enjoyed a guided tour of a museum.
Our ship was scheduled to set sail at 12pm, and we got back from our tour just in time. I really would have loved to have another hour, to look ...
... 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 ...
Today's a big day of driving as we start to head north.
We left Forde and started to climb into the mountains. The temperature was reading between 11 and 2 degrees when it looked like it was snowing. Sure enough it was snowing. As none of us had seen snow fall this was quite exciting.
Luckily it was enough to affect the driving so we pushed on and had a long day in the car.
We got to Trondheim about 6.30pm.