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... delinquents here in the 11920s, which was the. Adopted as a POW camp by the Germans inWW2, used I think primarily as a sorting house for prisoners before they got moved to other camps like Belsen, grind etc. It then became a labour camp and back to being a school. Now it is a conference centre and museum concentrating on human rights, particularly for women. There were an awful lots of exhibits and it was quite moving, even though a lot of it was on Norweign. On arrival ...
Up early as today we return to the Hurtigruten to sail along the coast to Bergen. Instead of our allocated cabin on level 2 (one above the car deck) we were given a cabin on level 6 which has a window instead of two little port holes but is actually a bit smaller ...
... some dinner before bed only to find the hotel does not serve food in the evening. The result was to break into my survival kit of stacked up chocolates and simply have a few bars with a cup of coffee and wait for breakfast tomorrow.As much as I hated riding that slow and boring E6 something tells me I better get to enjoy it as that is the main road all the way to the North Cape and i still have about 1000 miles or so to do on it so I better start to enjoy it!!!
... distance so we went there first. We found 2 fellows in the church and started asking questions. They didn't speak much English either but we found out that the graveyard in that churchyard was too new and no one was buried there before 1860. They gestured in the general direction of where we would find the older graveyard. As it turned out it was just down the road a little way. Eagle Eye Avis spotted it. There is no longer a church at this site ...
... hit the town. And what an enjoyable town to walk around (after that bad start).
Once we got into the main area there were a lot of signs. Onward to Olaf Tryggvason's Gate, then we turned left to the old docks - Bryggene - with it's carefully preserved 18th- and 19th-century warehouses. Just like Bergen, but I liked Trondheim better as a city. As we walked along we passed some guys in singlets sawing logs - I think it was at the square opposite the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed