Clarion Collection Hotel Bryggen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and a display on the extraction of at people to England. When we finished inside we walked around the outside where they had a few cannon and excellent views of the harbor. We also walked the street fair that was setup primarily with food booths, but it was fun to check things out.
On our way back to the ship we stopped at the library to take advantage of the free Wi-Fi. Today is Christine’s birthday and with the Wi-Fi connection ...
... away well before the champagne departure drinks reception at 2200hrs!!!!! we did however wake up-just before 'take off' to watch the wharf disappear behind us and the glittering skyline of Bergen twinkled in the distance. A couple of bridges later we retreated back to our cozy duvet snooze-land. The Nordkapp: My only recent experience of a ferry was an overnight voyage from Portsmouth to Caen in Normandy in 2006. ...
... was the cheapest place I could find at $100/nite. The lady at reception wasn't as miserable as the reviews made her out to be and she allowed me to change from the 3rd to 4th floor.
There is a popular bar on the ground floor and the reviews said to get a high floor to avoid all the loud music. The ...
... stone. Construction started in 1924 and it took 10 months just to do the clay model which was then cast in plaster. In 1927 a block of granite was delivered to the park weighing several hundred tons, erected a year later and a wooden shed built around it to keep out the elements the plaster model alongside and then it took 3 stone carvers 14 years to complete. And that is just the Center piece! Neralee says it is her favourite place in the whole world and I think I have to agree! ...
... timber warehouses and took the furnicular railway to the highest
point overlooking the city. We walked down,enjoying a second day of
Overall impression was
of an attractive city outside of the centre but strangely
soulless.Seems to chime with what we have read or have been told
about Norway. People appear calm and efficient but unlikely to pull a
ukelele out of their pocket. All our preparations had been for poor
weather which thankfully ...