Clarion Collection Hotel Tollboden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was catch up drinks with Maya, my cousins sister and my "sort of" family. She took me to this great little bar in Gronland. Great little beer garden, I felt very at home. Maya is living proof that Norwegians are the nicest people on earth. She pointed out some of the attractions of Oslo, informed that yes I can walk on the roof of the opera house (definitely doing that tomorrow) and I discovered that Norwegian and Australian drinking habits are very similar. I am really liking this country ...
... to go back to the Shell. But when I got petrol in the evening, the price had gone up to 15.5, and everywhere else was even higher, 15.9, even low 16s. I've never known a country to have such large fluctuations in petrol price in a single day. Late that evening Helle came home and we all had melon and ham as a snack. She had a guest over for a little while and it was nice to sit around and chat. Jess and I excused ourselves around 10.30 because we have a 3am start ...
... We treated ourselves to a cabin to give us a chance of sleeping on the 9 hour ride, this was a spot of luxury with our own shower (hot and endless), TV and two beds – we've stayed in worse hotels – it would’ve been easy to miss our stop and end up further up the coast in Bergen.
The luxury didn’t end there, once we arrived we headed straight for the centre of Stavanger ...
We start the day aboard the "Flamsbana" on a spectacular train journey that offers a panoramic view of some of the wildest and most magnificent nature in the Norwegian fjord landscape. This stretch of railroad is one of the steepest in the world on normal tracks (no cog wheels), where almost 80% of the journey has an incline of 5.5%
The train travels past fantastic nature, steep mountains, breathtaking waterfalls, through 20 ...
... meal would set us back $22 Australian. Don’t even get me started on the cost of beer. Luckily, we had booked an apartment with AirBnB and we had a kitchen, so we made full use of it and the supermarket down the street and got away with feeding ourselves over the course of two days for around $80 Australian. We picnicked one night in their Frognerparken (it’s a park with a whole bunch of naked statues). We spent ...