Clarion Hotel Bergen Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Stored our luggage in theBergen hotel and took the Funicular up to Mount Floyen and the Funicular (Floibanen) 60.396421,5.32857
Vetrlidsallmenningen 21, Bergen, Norway (Vågen)
Fløibanen is a funicular in Bergen, Norway which runs up the mountain of Fløyen. It is one of Bergen's major tourist attractions and one of Norway's most …
Not a lot to share today. We awoke to an overcast morning, no drizzle, that was good. We needed to leave for the Airport by 9:15am, so after completing the repack of our bags, which now seem fuller than when we set out, even though neither of us has as yet purchased anything of the souvenir variety, we set out to find breakfast. This was easier …
... as seen all over Scandiavia.
Then it was off to explore the northern shores of the Sognefjord. We arrived at the first car ferry across one of the many fjord arms and drove straight onto the ferry. Later on we just missed the second ferry and had to wait 30 minutes and then the last ferry just arrived as we arrived at the end of the queue.
The ferries were good value and easy to use - drive on one end and drive off the other. No U ...
... after 11 but it's still light. Comes up again about 4am. Body has no clue what it's supposed to do. Besides eat. After an awesome breakfast buffet at hotel, we r off to explore. First is the Maritime museum which is a big part of Bergen history. Then on to take the gondola to the top of Mt Folyd, high above Bergen with great views. It's cloudy but the clouds aren't too low. It is very typical weather for a seaside town, reminds us of Maine. ...
... seen glistening in the sun and below us, the whole of Bergen was laid out for us. The visibility was excellent, so much so that we could easily identify Georgiana as she was the largest yacht in the harbour and next to her, the seemingly diminutive Celtic Warrior. By now it was lunchtime so we sat at one of the café’s tables in the sun and enjoyed the sandwiches we’d prepared and then set off for a walk. The paths were pretty rough and rocky, so much so that ...