Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim
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... it now). Inside of the cathedral was even more impressive than the outside. It seemed that it's one of the few times I liked the inside of a cathedral. And this cathedral is shared by different religious denominations, which I found quite unique.
After the cathedral, the bus took us to the Ringve Museum. It was a musical museum which had musical instruments from different eras. We first went into the "barn" where there was a display of many musical instrument. Then ...
... In fact, in all my years I have never known such a boring ship.
A group of us from UK and America were actually having a laugh over the moral on this ship and the amount of sour faced gits that were on-board. Walk into any of the lounges or bars etc and everywhere would be silent. As you walked in all the heads would turn and look at you as though you were intruding on them. We would walk passed some of them and give a smile only to be given a right dirty ...
Back in Trondheim, but this time as part of the schedule. 8.30 on a Sunday morning, cold, pitch dark, go for a walk around town. Everywhere closed. A HUGE cathedral where the Norwegian kings are crowned, but made of dark rock so it too is very sombre. Eventually the sun came up at about 10.30 and it all looked a bit better. Back to sea in the afternoon with a lovely golden sunset. As we cross the arctic circle tonight that's the last we'll see of it till we leave for ...
... the cost of 160 tiny and extremely tight, claustrophobic winding stairs.Next, we wandered on along the canals over the bridge and up a majorly steep hill on to the Kristiensten Fort, built in the 1600s to protect the area from the east. The main building was interesting, the floorboards feeling flimsy beneath our feet.Peckish, we stopped in at a cafe for a snack. Norway is expensive, period. A beer, wine and Norweigan soup to ...
... it the largest secular all-wooden building in northern
Europe. We walked around the back and into the garden - loved the wooden building. Somewhere, we walked through a market square and went into an arty place. Then we got to Ravnkloa Fiskehaller the fish market. Didn't smell fishy - and there was an interesting statue dedicated to the Last Viking. We were getting tired - so back to the station and sat on the platform in the sun and watched the ...