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... Bryggene), old city bridges, royal palace made of wood (Stiftsgarden). Walked the markets (celebrating summer) and bought local cheese and moose salami, passed by the statue of the founder of the city, Olav I Tryggvason (in 997,) and then dinner with Ingunn, Ian, and Rob and Rob who had found free camping nearby. John even fitted in a ( very expensive) hair cut and beard trim but feels normal again ...
... pass I am getting rather warm in all this gear and my temp gauge says the outside temp is reaching 11 Celsius. Up at the view point on the summit I park the bike up and head along the steel walkway which is built right on top of the cliff. Getting to the stand right above the wonderful waterfall is a long walk of about 1km and includes about 400 steps and with the sun beating down as it is I am soon sweating buckets!!The views from this stand are simply ...
... and we were not sure this stop really existed. We got off a stop early by mistake and had to pass time in the airport before the next train showed up. The airport and the train tracks were super close together, thank goodness.
Hell is a super cute small village. We had about an hour to walk around until our train back to Trondheim. We walked along a small road, under an overpass and watched the sunrise from a construction site. The sun was rising ...
... her FRIEND had offered to cook a traditional Norwegian meal the next night so I was pretty excited to get a decent home cooked meal for the first time in a long time!
After packing effectively 2 days of tourist activities into the previous day Tuesday was simply about planning the next few days and getting in some exercise. I managed to push out a 7km at reasonable pace, albeit could barely feel my hands and face by the end, and then I grabbed my ...
63 Degrees 36 minutes North. I have never been closer to the Pole. We flew the roughly 900 km from Copenhagen to Trondheim on a small jet. At the lower altitude I saw snow capped peaks, glacial lakes and dark forests. It is just what I imagined Norway to be. Our hotel, the Ricca Bakklander is in the old town built over the banks of the Nidelven River. The steel and glass cube of the breakfast room sits over the water. It feels close to nature with ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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