Clarion Collection Grand Olav
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... by another man visiting to stop. I asked why they weren't stopping the other tourists. Anyway I didn't want to offend so stopped since it wasn't allowed anyway.
The rear courtyard takes you to the Archbishops Palace which is a museum housing many ...
Today we got up and had breakfast at Tonje's It was nice. Again we took our time in the mornin as there were no deadlines.
After breakfast we walked into the city, about 45miute walk. It was quite a sunny day so we tried to keep out of the sun as much as possible.
First thing we did was go shopping for a thank you present for Tonje as she has been the most awesome host ever!
We were thinking a ...
... room once a day, that's it. We're given 2 sets of very thin, old, non-absorbant towels - one small bath towel, one hand towel. That's it. I don't even know where to find the maid to ask if I could get an extra towel.
- The ship feels crowded especially if we get on deck 7 where it's the open deck (where the swimming pool is) and you can look around outside. There are people smoking there which makes it unpleasant in addition to the many people.
- There is no ...
... one of the main cutbacks.
Lauren was bored to tears and asked if she could play the piano in one of the lounges but was sadly denied and so she and I ended up playing chess much of the day.
The price of goods on this ship makes Norway's usual prices seem cheap. Just a basic black coffee costs about £2.40 but my favourite Mocha costs a massive £3.70 for a small cup. All I can say is thank goodness I don't love my beer and alcohol as I hate to think what ...
... a construction site. The sun was rising at about 9:30am. It is still weird for us to only see the sun for a brief part of each day. Sometimes the sky just gets lighter but we don't actually see the sun.
We made it back to Trondheim in time to meet up with a friend named Tono. He just moved here a month ago with his wife. He was nice enough to take us back to his house where we warmed up, had a shower and ate some bean ...